Do you think the U.S. is facing a health care crisis?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 4, 2007
“Yes, absolutely. More and more people are unable to provide themselves and their families with basic health care, much less emergency or long-term health care.”
“Yes, because there are so many people that don’t have any coverage at all. And for those who do, it’s too expensive to get the coverage they need.”
“I would say yes. A lot of people don’t have health care, and the cost of health care is getting ridiculous. Those in lower-income brackets are virtually excluded from having any form of health care at all.”
“Yeah. I think we definitely need to have something that is affordable for the hourly wage workers. We either need to have more corporate responsibility or some kind of national health care system.”