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Usually I get a few bitches a month about my Clomid + Medicaid rant. About every other one is written by a complete idiot. You make the call as to which one this is.

Are you stupid? Welfare and Medicaid are NOT the same. We’re not bums. WQe
work. Medicaid is to help those who cant afford the high costs of
insurance. So you’re saying someione who is dissabled and on ssi or welfare
or medicaid is a bum?? Get your facts straight dummy. And you shouldnt be a

Oh yay! Where should I start:

  • Welfare and Medicaid are not the same? Well according to Wikipedia: Medicaid is the United States health program for individuals and families with low incomes and resources. It is jointly funded by the states and federal government, and is managed by the states. Among the groups of people served by Medicaid are eligible low-income parents, children, seniors, and people with disabilities. Medicaid is the largest source of funding for medical and health-related services for people with limited income. That sounds pretty much like welfare to me.
    • I dont know where you got the bum idea. Obviously you are so ignorant that you walk around with a Medicaid chip on your shoulder looking for a fight. The whole rant you were complaining about was that Medicaid patients (who you say are “dissabled and on ssi or welfare
      or medicaid”) should not be entitled to fertility drugs. So am I mean for making a legit point? Or are you just an idiot for wanting to bring children into this world that you self-proclaim you cannot afford.
      I’m not against having children (unless you’re 14, more on that later), just not while you require society’s dime to survive. I guess common sense like that is why I’m a pharmacist and you aren’t.

Comments #

Comment by BlueTech on 2007-09-12 09:00:14 -0700 #

I think it’s not entirely the fault of people on Medicaid (I WILL NOT excuse them of all blame, don’t get me wrong!), but rather the medicaid officve themselves sometimes. They tell the recipient “This is your little gray card, it will buy you anything. It’s the only card you need. Period.” Which obviously isnt the case, since They could: a) get their m-caid service cancelled; b) be forwarded to a TP proccessor for their RX’s (meaning they DO have another card); c) need the ever-infamous prior auth. This of course makes the recipient angry, since what we tell them contradicts what they hear from their social worker. But since they have the cash to drive around in escalades talking on their gps-phones, I don’t see how things like denied claims should really upset them so much.
And dammit, it should be illegal to have children while on medicaid. A freakin felony, punishable by mailing the child to Uzbekistan. And revokation of medicaid status.

Comment by DrRx on 2007-09-12 09:56:43 -0700 #

Oh my God! That was hilarious and SO DAMN TRUE! I love the comeback about ‘that’s why I’m a pharmacist and you’re not!’ LOL!!! I am so fed up with these people (and don’t forget illegal aliens that are sucking off the teet of the U.S. tax-paying citizens with ER visits for running noses!) But that’s a whole ‘nother rant. Though it sounds quite like a dictatorship or ‘big-brotherish’, it is so true, that if you need to be on Medicaid/SSI to survive and require the hard-earned tax dollars of every legal U.S. Citizen, you should NOT get a say in having a child! That’s just utter stupidity…but that kind of backward thinking is almost certainly the reason why they’re on ‘welfare’ to begin with!
It is an unfortunate trend that more lower intelligence-people are popping out kids that higher-intelligence people. It’s just like that movie…. Idiocracy!
Hey, Angry, get in touch with me sometime via email, you sound like the kind of person I’d get along real good with!

Comment by Jason on 2007-09-12 10:01:31 -0700 #

We get a ton of people coming in on medicaid and the majority of the time all the kids have different last names, it should be implemented that the state and/or federal government will only pay for the first one and not say okay you had another one we’ll just give you more money to live off of. Also I don’t know if you have noticed it or not, but people today are waiting till after they have kids to get married, why not, if the mother doesn’t have a full time job all the prenatal stuff she needs is paid for and its cheaper on them to have a kid and then get married, i am seeing this more and more and it saddens me that our society is making this acceptable. Years ago you had to get married if you got pregnant now its no big deal. Just a thought.

Comment by Grasshopper on 2007-09-12 12:14:10 -0700 #

Good comeback, Mr. Angry.
My favorite is when the Welfare people call their third party payor INSURANCE.

Comment by StephRx on 2007-09-12 12:17:32 -0700 #

Oh, Jesus, you say the things I’ve wanted to say for so long and not get fired for saying it. What the hell is wrong with society that we can’t all say what needs to be said? That’s why I love watching Judge Judy. She tells the bums to get a frickin’ job to support their kids, too. Go Angry Pharmacist!!

Comment by AngryTech on 2007-09-12 13:48:37 -0700 #

That’s all we need is another idiot who likes to spend our money! Atleast if your going to take the money from the working class, Make sure your children are clean!

Comment by MikeyB on 2007-09-12 15:22:36 -0700 #

Dear Angry Pharmacist,
You’re the best. I always agree with your views (and no, I’m not being facetious)! You are the voice of reason. As for Medicaid – these douchebags can’t even afford to pay for themselves – there’s no way we should be supplying them with fertility drugs. Cyanide, yes. Clomid, no. This subject makes me want to clomid someone in the fucking head.
Every week when I get my paycheck, it fucking pisses me off. Not because I should be paid more (well, that too), but because at least $100 is basically stolen from me for fucking Medicaid. I have no problem with supplying health care to the disabled or elderly – it’s the “low-income parents” part that pisses me off. If you are “low-income”, keep your fucking cock in your pants (or plug your twat if you’re a chick) and DON’T HAVE ANY FUCKING KIDS! If you can’t even support yourself, why the fuck should I have to not only pay for YOU but for your 10 illegitimate, low-income children as well?!
Rock on, Angry Pharmacist – Rock on.

Comment by Biggest Fan on 2007-09-12 18:22:54 -0700 #

What about students of professional schools financing their big-ass families with welfare? Having 3,4,5 kids while in med school??? KNOWING they will not make a dime for MANY years. Those are the most entitled people I’ve come across with their little cards.

Comment by Gravelpit on 2007-09-13 07:02:17 -0700 #

Dear Angry:
Have you ever had this situation? {I have several times}…Medicaid patient walks in and before they even step into your store you hear them SCREAMING…The Pharmacist in this store is such an asshole, he/she sucks, the service sucks here…I don’t know why I ever come here…fuck them and the mothers that bore them….Only to find out that they are not in your computor, they have never been to your store before, you have never ever even seen them before….and the only reason they are going to your store is because they’ve been kicked out of every other pharmacy in your town???—Personally I kick their asses to the curb. We, as pharmacists, should never take abuse, we need to be selective of who we wait on,,,,I never allow a low-life to swear at me…

Comment by RxDr on 2007-09-13 10:57:29 -0700 #

To respond to MikeyB’s comments… I’d go a giant step forward with that comment about the cock/twat-in-pants deal. You’re never gonna stop that… I’m not saying that low-income people shouldn’t be enjoying sex, they should just have the wiring disconnected so no little babies come out of it!

Comment by Chuck Pelto on 2007-09-13 11:50:44 -0700 #

TO: All
RE: Medicaid, Welfare, Insurance & Medicine (in General)
Actually, these days, they all seem to be related. I say this as the end result is that whatever money you may have ends up somewhere in the medical industry, when it comes time for you to pass beyond the proverbial ‘vail’.
I’ve seen insurance. I’ve seen Medicaid. I’ve seen medicine.
All they are, today, is just a clever scheme to devoid people of their money.
Yeah….they all point fingers at each other, but the fact of the matter remains, they are all in cahoots. The end objective is to divest people of their money at their end-of-life phase.
Does a quart of water with a goodly dash of salt and a pinch of other items in a plastic bag REALLY cost over $200? That’s what my local hospital wanted for a liter of physiological saline solution.
I remember the ruckus raised over the US Air Force paying several hundred dollars for a hammer, back in the early 80s.
At least the Air Force got to use the hammer more than ONCE!
Think about it…..

Comment by YouDaMan on 2007-09-13 12:08:21 -0700 #

This is great. Medicaid is crushing the hospitals.

Comment by Gabriel on 2007-09-13 12:18:22 -0700 #

You da man! Tell it like it is brotha.

Comment by Carl Pham on 2007-09-13 13:24:14 -0700 #

Well, you’re an idiot. Arguing that society shouldn’t subsidize the birthing and raising of children is an argument for social suicide (cf. Russia, Italy and Japan if you think this isn’t a modern issue). What would be MORE important to subsidize, among all the things we do, than raising the next generation? Are you saying it makes sense to subsidize investment in real estate over other investments, retiring before you’ve saved enough to live on, and not raising certain crops to keep the price high — all of which we presently do — but NOT to subsidize raising children? ‘Cause all those other things are vital to the future of the Republic but children are just a quaint hobby indulged in by some? Like taking up skiing?
Or perhaps you’re just saying that the best children are produced by the wealthiest people? That one doesn’t even deserve comment.
Or perhaps you’re saying you imagine the major cost of having and raising a child is the fertility drugs you use to start one? Better hope you don’t keep the pharmacy’s books, then.
Nothing wrong with being angry. But being angry and myopic is pathetic.

Comment by jmerph on 2007-09-13 18:12:49 -0700 #

Did anyone see the news the other day? Apparently, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has come up with a program that pays low-income parents for “good behavior.” This lady was talking about how she got $200 for taking her child to the doctor. Then they showed her saying something about how it was good to have an incentive to do to do it. I have just 3 words for that – WHAT THE FUCK?! How about being a RESPONSIBLE member of society like the rest of us. How about getting a job. And one last thing, the incentive to take your kid to the doctor should be TO KEEP THEM HEALTHY, NOT TO GET MONEY. It is already “free” because of welfare, now we have to pay you use our tax money? Un-freakin-believable!!!

Comment by PharmMommy on 2007-09-13 19:26:41 -0700 #

I LOVE THIS!! I’m going to share your site with all my cohorts! I’m so thankful my husband found your link, I am LMAO at how stupid the general population is. We have people calling their Medicaid, “I’m on the “state” plan.” Last time I checked, in the state of SC, the state plan was for gov’t workers on BCBS!!! I can’t wait to read more of your blog!!!

Comment by rph3664 on 2007-09-13 20:43:28 -0700 #

And don’t get me started on the people who encourage their kids to misbehave in school so they can get SSI for them, or the people who can get SSI for a primary diagnosis of alcoholism or drug abuse.
Those people are a shoo-in for SSI, while people with real disabilities, those they didn’t do to themselves (I know drug addiction is a disease, but IMHO it DOES NOT justify SSI payments!) must fight and struggle to get what they deserve. And it makes things harder for people who really do have ADD/ADHD.

Comment by rph3664 on 2007-09-13 20:48:31 -0700 #

About the kids having different last names: If the mother is white, the kids are almost always biracial. I’m not a racist; I’m just telling it like it is. At least that’s the way it is here in the Midwest. And it’s not like the parents were ever married or anything, either. You never see these women with any men, of any race, and yet they keep popping the mixed-race babies left and right.
I have no problem with people receiving benefits like this if they are working and/or fell on hard times. That’s what they’re for. But those who spend more time trying to screw over the system than you or I spend working a legitimate job? Those, I have a problem with.

Comment by RxDr on 2007-09-14 07:09:38 -0700 #

A message to Chuck…if he comes back to see it….
That IV bag you talk about…. What happens to that bag AFTER it’s run into your arm? Where does that plastic go? Do you have any idea what kind of regulatory nightmare there is for a hospital to get rid of this type of stuff? Plug that into the cost of the fluid. And oh, I can put water and salt into a glad bag and run it into your arm, but expect to die in a couple of days secondary to complications from a serious infection. Those IVs have to be prepared in very strict clean room environments that cost LOTS of money to keep running. And the ‘pre-mades’, they come from companies that are regulated by government agencies for GMP and this costs serious flippin money.. All to make sure they don’t get sued after you get an line infection or die from a contaminant, pyrogen, bug, or particulate in the solution…. So that’s where the money is coming from to turn a $0.50 cent IV bag into a $200 dollar deal….

Comment by FilipG on 2007-09-14 07:53:08 -0700 #

You’re sounding like Dr. Laura (what wife listens to on the treadmill). The political-correctness climate in US has eliminated values, responsibility, and, in a way, choice (funny, that, from the ‘Pro Choice’ movement). Think about it, to choose I need to assign a value to two situations or outcomes and choose the one that I deem best fit. I am discriminating against the choice or outcome that is not desirable. But, how can I choose anything when society has withheld any values from me? You can’t.
BTW, what are the chances that the 14 year-old ‘mother’ in your other post made the *only* RIGHT choice and gave her kid up for adoption? [you can stop laughing, it aint funny]
You’re not angry, you just have enough morals and values to know what is right and what is wrong. And *that* wouldn’t be “political” if the Democrats hadn’t abandoned all their morals and values trying to kiss up to certain minority groups.
P.S. Give her a listen during your launch break, she’s on many stations –

Comment by Tatterdemalian on 2007-09-14 08:58:48 -0700 #

What the Medicaid office says:
“This insurance card is only good for the medicines, treatments, and procedures listed in the brochure, for yourself and the dependents you filed for. Any others, especially ones that are unnecessary for basic survival, are not covered.”
What the Medicaid recipient hears:
“OMG YOU WON THE VICTIMHOOD LOTTERY! You can get all the breast implants, fertility drugs, and crystal meth ingredients you and your entire extended family could want, and Medicaid will pay for it all! YOU RULE TEH GHETTO!”

Comment by tarheelrx on 2007-09-15 20:24:37 -0700 #

I totally agree!! It really angers me when a Medicaid patient comes in and a medication is not covered they won’t get it…but it seems they have the money to get their hair and nails done. STOP spending “our” money on non-important luxuries then maybe you could afford your medication!!

Comment by Shalom (R.Ph.) on 2007-09-16 06:40:47 -0700 #

Worst one I encountered personally was when someone walked into the store back in ’01 or so (I was working at that time in a chain store in the inner city) and asked if they could get an air conditioner on her Medicaid card. She needed it for “health reasons”. Uhm, no, I don’t think so…

Comment by Amy on 2007-10-10 13:11:15 -0700 #

You are one of my worst nightmares as a pharmacist. I ahve a 2 year old that was just recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and my world is upside down. Even with my health insurance and rx coverage, her monthly copays are enough to put a middle income family in a pinch. Thankfully, the state of PA and the federal medicaid program offer assistance on our copays. Then, I go to the pharmacy to get her supplies and I have an arrogant jerk like you telling me I shouldn’t get her pen needles filled “early” (at 75% use that I am allowed to get it filled at) and who makes me have all my rx numbers in front of me when I call in because he is too lazy to look them up. My husband and I work full time and don’t ask much from anyone, in fact we never asked for the medical assistance, it was offered to us by hospital staff, but it’s a pharmacist like you that looks down his nose at me and makes life difficult for me to make sure my daughter is taken care of. As if life is not hard enough when you have to give your 2 year old 6 shots a day and worry all night about her blood sugar going low. I hope nothing ever goes wrong for your children because god help them if it does.

Comment by pete on 2007-10-20 15:22:20 -0700 #

I think “Amy” missed the point of the medicaid issue. I think she should also realize that being a bitch toward the pharmacist who “won’t” fill her rx early, actually “CAN’T” because insurance or medicaid won’t allow the early refill to suit her convenience. Or if you really need it earlier just pay the cash price and shut your hole. Wassamatta, can’t wait ’til tomorrow or the next day or the whole week, when it is truly time to refill. Don’t worry, blame the pharmacist. I’m sure that the pharmacy had a good chuckle at your expense when they shared the story about refusing to give you a refill a little early. Ignorant bitch. By the way, are you the stupid idiot who strolls up to the counter and thinks it is not your responsibility to know what medications you need refilled? Maybe someone on our payroll should call your house to remind you each time a dose is due too.

Comment by Amy on 2007-11-12 13:42:04 -0800 #

I know every Rx that needs refilled and the insurance was not who had the problem with the RX being filled early. When I called the insurance, they said it was ready for refill the asshole pharmacist took it upon himself to tell me that I should not get it refilled, so as a matter of fact, I paid for it myself. My kid is the number 1 priority here. I am telling you not to lump all Medicaid recipients together. There are some people who truly need it because of extreme circumstances. I would never expect a phamrmacist or any other healthcare provider for that matter to know what my daughter needs. They are the same people who would not test her when I told them she needed checked for diabetes. My best friend is a pharmacist in a town an hour away from me and I know how she treats her customers and it is not like this pharmacist treats me.

Comment by medicineman on 2007-11-12 15:29:11 -0800 #

Amy, no pharmacist is telling you you can’t fill your needles early. It looks like the state just won’t pay for that early refill. I’m sure there won’t be any question asked, if you’re willing to pay for it out of pocket.

Comment by MICHAEL MORRISON on 2007-11-26 23:14:26 -0800 #


Comment by Angela on 2007-12-12 10:33:27 -0800 #

First of all I don’t see a Problem with Amy Like she said she and her Husband both work full time jobs, so actually they deserve alittle help beings THEY PAY FOR IT IN THEIR TAXES jerk off!
I don’t see a problem with people who work and get a little help. I think first you need to bitch about the illegal imigrants that are taking our jobs wich is causing people to turn to the welfare! Also “who are you to judge the life I live I know I’m not perfect and don’t live to be , but before you go pointing your finger make sure your Hands are clean!”-bob Marley
God bless all of you angry people because God would want us helping each other, and Judge all you want because your judgement day will come and what will God do with you?

Comment by Stacy on 2009-11-18 10:48:40 -0800 #

Well for all of you who wish to judge people who are on Medicaid, judge me. Please.
I am a 27 year old college student with cancer. I have been working since I was 15, with no more than weeks between jobs at any given time. I also already have a college degree and I am about to finish a second degree, once I am better. I was laid off from my “good job” in November, lost my health insurance, and then immediately found a lower paying job which did not provide health insurance. Granted, I could just milk unemployment and sit on my a$$ like a bum, but for the sake of doing the right thing, I chose to work and make the same amount unemployment would pay. Unfortunately, I was diagnosed with cancer in June, and I had no health insurance for the first time in my life. Now that’s what I call really bad luck…losing a job and insurance and 7 months later, I have cancer?! OMG I was terrified, and I thought I would die a miserable death. I’m a person who eats organic food, I don’t eat red meat, I exercise and I take care of myself.

Soooooooo you can imagine my relief when I was informed that I qualified for treatment based Medicaid. Because of this program, I have only paid $1 co-pays for prescriptions and no office/test co-pays. To me, I look at it as paying myself back. I’ve been paying for it since I was 15, now I am using it. Should any of you find yourself in the same predicament, you will be grateful for such a program. I have just finished months of chemo and radiation and I am blessed that I won’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills to pay because of Medicaid. I’ve worked hard in my life and I believe this was well deserved.


Comment by Stacy on 2009-11-18 11:02:38 -0800 #

You’re so ignorant. I have been working THROUGH chemo AND radiation while on Medicaid. I only qualify for medicaid because I have CANCER. I am 27 years old and I have always been responsible and NEVER taken a handout from anyone. Unfortunately, not even a FULL TIME job can cover the $250,000 medical expense which I’ve incurred over the past 4 months. Thank god for medicaid because I would not be able to receive treatments at a credible hospital (one of the best in the country) if I didn’t have it. I would be brushed off and sent to be treated at some ghetto hospital or doctors office and probably die in the end. I have worked since I was 15 and I always got annoyed about the Medicaid taxes that I paid. Now I have a new outlook on that- I am grateful for Medicaid and I consider this as paying myself back for everything I’ve paid in the past 12 years, and continue to pay as we speak.

AND I’m far from a bum. Besides the fact that I have worked non-stop since the age I was legally allowed to work, I’ve also put myself through college, I have a degree and I am working on a second one. I am proud of my life and what I’ve accomplished. Thanks to medicaid, I can soon add “Cancer Survivor” to that list, and I will continue to be successful in my life.

P.S. Medicaid does not necessarily mean you are “LOW INCOME”- Due to cancer diagnosis, I qualify for treatment based medicaid and I am at 250% of the poverty line. This is about $30,000 per year, which is what I made. I am young and single, I live a simple life and I go to school. I live comfortable on 30k at this time in my life. I’m NOT A BUM.

SOOOOOOO shut YOUR hole!

Comment by T.C. on 2010-10-17 03:14:59 -0700 #

Since we’re living in the age of Peak Oil we need to let the idiots know that crap ain’t free… It’s just going to get more expensive as oil declines & prices eventually rise as the slack of demand-destruction tightens as the world population keeps going up… That right there should ’86’ fertility drugs from govt. spending.

People on welfare should have to be on birth control as a prerequisite to get that money. Here in Hawaii it’s coomon practice for women to have babies for the welfare & pop out a kid before it expires to keep the checks coming. Sickening. They should definitely NOT fund fertility drugs. OctaMom & Kate + 8, etc. are sending the wrong-headed message that got us into this Great Depression part 2… How many trailer-park chicks are gonna be copying this after being addicted to ‘reality’ t.v. zombie-making programming??

People, this new Depression has to wake us up: Stop being shopaholix. Wake up & be smart: Buy generic only. Rent – the housing will drop in price & leave you upside-down. DIY instead of buying it. Buy it used & forget vanity as you save at deep discounts. Throw-a-way/Disposable is BS and the reason we’re in this mess. Show thriftyness & frugality as the new Green cool thing. Grow your own food. Share with neighnors & vice versa. ‘Old-fashioned’ intel from the 1rst Great Depression that got ’em through that we could stand to adopt!

No fertility drugs 4 welfare or anyone. They should pay people for NOT having kids! 🙂 Welfare needs birth-control … Don’t like it, tough. Free money should come with CONDITIONS. Robbing Peter to pay Paul might be the “way it is,” but Peter ain’t gonna stand for it no more!

Comment by T.C. on 2010-10-17 04:16:15 -0700 #

“About the kids having different last names: If the mother is white, the kids are almost always biracial. I’m not a racist; I’m just telling it like it is. At least that’s the way it is here in the Midwest. And it’s not like the parents were ever married or anything, either. You never see these women with any men, of any race, and yet they keep popping the mixed-race babies left and right.”

What a jackass bitch. So it’s ok to pop out babies left and right as long as they’re white?? Why the hating on mixed-race… Nothing wrong at all with it you fucking bitch. Suck my dick faggot.

Comment by Cmjen on 2011-12-02 08:38:38 -0800 #

You people want to bash on people that are on medicaid when really some of.the people on Medicaid do have jobs but yet still can’t afford a better insurance. And for something that is providing your paycheck at the hospitals people.seem to bitch a lot. You people need to mind your own business. Medicaid is meant for anyone that can’t afford insurance and its obviously not a bad.thing cause its still around. And you people have no right to tell people if they can have another.child or not. I’m on Medicaid and working a fulltime and a part time job and paying for what I am using as is most (not all) people. And as a pharmacists you really have no opinion. Just put the pills in the bottle and mind your business. Your there to help people not judge them.

Comment by fuck you on 2012-04-07 21:13:21 -0700 #

Wow, all this concern about the poor getting a little, in the meantime 9trillion goes missing from bailout funds, fed says they are above having to explain where the money went or what happened to it, and you are complaining about what a drain the poor are for the small fraction they receive? The growing indifference towards fellow man is why the corporations rule us all without most realizing were slaves. Most of you sound like you would have been better suited in the fascist EUGENICS forcing people to be sterilized against their will because they come from a poor family that couldn’t afford the great education which the blogger obviously was able to afford at 18 with no help from family, status, or the schooling which he received from birth. Heil to this man who is obviously in love with his own brilliance; who’s successes are only derivative from himself, not to whom he was born, where he comes from, or the college he could afford to go to ( I’m sure all of which he had the foresight to decide before he was born) Just put on the blinders, and blame everyone else, and avoid acknowledging the real problem. Kudos 2 you for being better than so many who were born into poverty, eating every other day, and have to go to work at the age of 14 to support their own parents. After all, they did decide to be born dirt poor to drug addicted parents!

Comment by andSOwhat on 2012-06-18 21:07:27 -0700 #

Honestly, Im on medicaid lmao I have no kids though but I own 3 Hair salon and spa’s, and a cleaning service. Also have 3 properties (apartment/homes) that my dad gave me…So im not wanting for nothing but I REFUSE TO PAY FOR HIGH ASS HEALTH INSURANCE!!!! POINT BLANK PERIOD!!! Hell I pay a lot of taxes and can careless. I have a great income and plus my husband is a lawyer. I first got on medicaid when I was 18 and every time I have to do my re-determination I tell them the same bs…And I will continue!!!! Its hilarious how ppl that pay for their insurance talk down on people with one less bill to pay….lmao what if u couldn’t afford it? You would be on it to.Hell or just sick….I get link to and will continue until they cut me off!!!!! And I love it when people look at me stupid and talk crazy about me…I’m the one that will go to the mall spend $500-$1500 on bullshit and turn around and go to the er with my medical card!!!!!!! Ha SO WHAT

Comment by Rachele on 2013-01-01 06:41:39 -0800 #

Well, andsowhat I super at least you’re a refreshing break from all the posters who felt the need to justify their medicaid with their entire life story… O.o

Comment by Elvia on 2013-02-20 15:36:43 -0800 #

I agree with you. The US system is made to keep people down. Why work more if by working more you get your health benefits taken? It’s fucking unbelievable. These people walk around with the biggest entitlement like they DESERVE to have everything given to them free. As a middle class citizen I feel robbed. I can’t afford private insurance, but my government tells me I work too much to receive any help. It’s complete bullshit. And for low income people actually getting fertility meds, are you fucking kidding me. More money from my taxes paying these people that CHOOSE to be poor. We are in the land of opportunity where we r free to work anywhere and these people choose to be unemployed, and we pay them to keep their life’s styles. And then they walk around with their brand new iPhones, brand new iPads. Are you fucking kidding. These Medicaid people have the system all figured out, which is why they don’t marry their partner, so they dot become a two income family, and then they have the audacity to keep popping kids out? If you are “low income” It should be a law to cut their tubes after two kids.