User Profile: Sen

Sen

Member Since: August 07, 2011

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  • November 14, 2011 at 1:52pm

    I know it is not nice to smile at others pain but I can’t help it as I watch the Beck haters desperately seeking some evil reason for him to help a womens group. :)

  • August 6, 2011 at 9:48pm

    bet that list is growing longer and longer…. ;)

  • August 6, 2011 at 9:42pm

    @tifosa you may want to do a little more digging on how happy people are with medical care in Malta (the number one on your list ???) #1 NO PRE-EXISTING IS COVERED *EVER* on private of public health insurance. Not just for 30, 60 or 90 days like in US but FOREVER. Not a pill, not a doctor, not an x-ray, not a surgery, NOTHING EVER, so if they cannect an illness to a wart you had on your finger when you are five to a tumor on you a$$ at 50 NO COVERAGE til the day they bury you and still no coverage. Period. Also It is so hard to get on the private plan which costs about only about $300 a month less per month than in USA that it is compared with getting into Harvard law school. I just hate when people lead sick people to believe that public insurance is free…it is not and that no matter what your illness it will be covered. It won’t., period. You can go to work FOR THE GOVERNMENT there and they will reduce your your costs by 25%. Many people leave Malta in order to have good procedures done…(that doesn’t sound like a plus for me) Oh and lets not forget the paying the national insurance contribution…that doesn’t sound FREE either.
    My favorite part besides no pre-exsisting conditions, appplications that basically mean you are gov’t you are not going to get GOOD healthcare is this teeny tiny thing…..you must prove you are ENTITLED to free health care. Imagine that…
    sounds a bit like maybe you get it and maybe you don’t. Not moving to Malta thank you.