By The Right Scoop


This is one of Cain’s great moments of the night. He was asked directly about his comments that he would have died form cancer if Obamacare were in effect whenever he needed treatment, and he answered it to much applause:

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  • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

    Cain knows the truth, too many people who live in countries with socialized health “care” and who can not afford to come to the States for treatment have died or got worse. Where are they all going to come now? REPEAL IT!! Loved Cain tonight!

    • FishyGov

      I liked him tonight too. He seemed relaxed and explained his positions better than he has in the other two debates he participated in.

  • Jack Bryan

    Great moment. Nice to have living proof that Obummercare is a crock.

  • http://twitter.com/edenjac edenjac

    Mr. Cain was the winner tonight in my view. Wanna hear more on the scoring of the 9-9-9 Plan

  • Anonymous

    I’m glad Herman could explain his situation, and tell about how Obamacare can kill people.

    There are thousands if not millions of true stories about how Obamacare would have killed people.

  • Anonymous

    I loved Cain’s response. Bravo.

  • Anonymous

    I really like Herman Cain. What a plain speaking, genuinely nice man he seems to be.

  • http://twitter.com/DrunkReport DrunkReport.com

    It would be awesome if Herman Cain were at all electable. too bad…

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_D25SP7T2MRM4DH5NZNBSCU3FT4 tim

      He is if we want him to be. He can win! We’ve got to keep the media and the beltway neocons, and establishment repub’s from picking another Dole, Ford, Bush, McShame, and yes Romney or Perry. Think about it. We make this country work, not those in ‘influence’. I’m tired of them all, and it started with nixon, who created epa, energy, and how many other bureaucratic endless career jobs in dc. Damn. Sober up DR. Go to his site and send some of our hard earned capitilist middle class freedom loving God fearing CASH! That’s where it starts. I was on a phone bank in 1980 telling the world about Ronaldus Magnus, yes we do have the power! We only represent 70% of the electorate. We’re just to busy running our jobs and businesses, time to get back in! We Comin’!

      Tea Party Rules!!!!!

    • zytekfan

      The whole “electibility” thing is what got John McCain the nod in 2008.

  • Anonymous

    Eventually the press will give this man some credibility.

    RS, where’s the poll on who we thought won the debate>?

    CAIN!

  • http://twitter.com/mjh4259 Mary

    Only saw snatches of the debate, but was lucky enough to catch this. Mr. Cain was at his most eloquent. If he doesn’t make it through to the nomination, then surely whoever is selected will be smart enough to bring Mr. Cain onto his or her team. The country needs him. I believe he has that “servant’s heart” that SP says she looks for in anyone seeking public office.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_D25SP7T2MRM4DH5NZNBSCU3FT4 tim

    Only 4 on that stage are true patriot conservatives. Mr. Herman Cain, Mr. Newt, Michele Bachmann, and Rick Santorum. All else are RINO’s, and will not change anything. Michelle should be Speaker. Cain-Gingrich 2012. Santorum on Cabinet and Paul in charge of eliminating the Fed, EPA, ED, and Ag.

    • David Robertson

      I like your post Tim…but why Cain/Gingrich? Why not Gingrich/Cain? I think Gingrich has been winning all the debates so far. He would make mince meat out of Obama in debates, and he understands clearly how to move the ball in Washington.

      He was my last choice two months ago. He is becoming a frontrunner for me. It seems that ever since his campaign staff left, the old Newt has shown up. This guy can win.

      • Archer Franzman

        David,
        Mr Gingrich does not have a good moral record to be president, and therefore, vice president. He cheated cheated cheated.

        This country cannot promote philanderers and cheaters ever again!

        • David Robertson

          Yep, he cheated. He may have also repented.
          It’s a good point Archer. I just don’t think he’s the second coming of Bill Clinton.

          • Archer Franzman

            Fine, he repented- allegedly.

            That’s between him and his god(s). As for a moral figure though? NOT.

            So, if your point, Dave, is that our leaders are not elected to be moral icons, then just say so, and leave Bill Clinton out of it. Though I didn’t vote for Clinton, his record was that of a moderate and a fiscally responsible president.

            Guess that must make the neoCONS go crazy!

        • Anonymous

          Even worse than cheating, Newt presided over the House that impeached Clinton for lying about cheating while he as carrying on an extra marital affair himself. It wasn’t his first nor his last either.

  • David Robertson

    I, too, liked Cain tonight. I also liked Bachmann, Santorum, and Gingrich.

    I am SO FRUSTRATED with Fox News and the rest of the media. I’m happy they made at least an effort to get everyone in the mix, but I’m sick of it still being the Perry/Romney show—and then to follow up with all the pundits incessantly jabbering about those two after the debate.

    Bachmann was on point to say during the debate that it is time for conservatives to stand up and pick their own candidate. It’s not happening right now because the media is in a self-indulging frenzy about Perry and Romney.

    I was ok with Perry until last night. His tuition and immigration answers stunk (among other answers). BUT, I fear that the way the media has spun this, they are trying to funnel all the dissenters of Perry over to Romney as if that is the only choice.

    Cain, go give em hell.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_D25SP7T2MRM4DH5NZNBSCU3FT4 tim

    Either way. They are both so smart, and know what’s going on inside. The Marxist Statist’s have been organizing for this very day since 1958, and as recent as 1992. ‘From within’, is still in vocab. This country is in the final round, we need to cut the gubmint by at least 75%, put Paul in charge of gold standard and neutering the fed, and open our oil, gas, and coal fields to the most innovative and small producing companies. They are out there, just need a shot. Then we can hammer debt, privatize 15-20% social security for the folks 50 and down. Also, the college grant programs for students needs to go. This is only fueling higher pay for leftist ‘fessors, and an endless sea of now, college bureaucrats, who are also ‘pink, soon to be red socialists’. Useless people that hate our country and all of us. You know, that obummer anti colonial sotero hatred. Tea Rules!! We Comin’!

    • Archer Franzman

      Timmy,
      You either failed logic in college or just missed the boat completely-

      You state

      “…, and open our oil, gas, and coal fields to the most innovative and small producing companies.

      They are out there, just need a shot. Then we can hammer debt, privatize 15-20% social security for the folks 50 and down. Also, the college grant programs for students needs to go.

      This is only fueling higher pay for leftist ‘fessors, and an endless sea of now, college bureaucrats, who are also ‘pink, soon to be red socialists’..”

      Just how can anyone be “INNOVATIVE”- i.e. being creative, utilizing technology and science to IMPROVE in a unique and more productive manner- if the best and brightest, regardless of income (fortune of being born into a wealthy family)-cannot access advanced studies?

      Ya, your thinking, Tim, led the mathematical wizzkids to skip pure science to chase the almighty dollar- giving society such wonderful, capitalist job creation- the modern-day derivative. How lucky can we be?

      Would Herman Cain have received the health care services he did if he was a pizza flipper?

      Did Cain pay for private care, exclusive of ANY healthcare coverage? Why, after all, do the millionaires need any insurance (exclusive of liability)? He’s yet to point out what “his” health care policy/program really is.

      He, like many of the other Repubs, are just schills for the privatization/services sectors- roads, utilities, teachers, prisons- next comes police, fire… all in the name of cost cutting? Look at the record for failures and lawsuits for private prisons; how about the number of utilities that have been privatized, just to have the contracts cancelled or lawsuits filed.

      Timmer, you need some edumacation hon.

  • Archer Franzman

    All fine and dandy that Herman has another day to breathe.

    Lets see if he would have had the same access and costs for cancer treatment if he was the pizza flipper instead of the pizza king.

    Isnt that the whole issue about the out of control costs of health care, anyways? Why should intermediates have such control and why should HMO CEOs make so much profit for doing so little for so few?

    Maybe going back to the mutual style of insurance is the best avenue- where groups, like what Cain spoke about, can collectively purchase coverage.

    Sounds pretty ‘socialist’ to me, though…

  • mark devoe

    If only that were the case, we’d have been so lucky!

    Yea, the douchery is all up in arms that 1M more Americans aged 19 – 25 now have insurance that didn’t have it before Health care reform passed!

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/story/2011-09-21/young-adults-health-insurance/50499620/1

    Conservatives are certain that providing more young adult Americans medical care is an evil plot to destroy the Country. Our resources should be focused on the Conservative agenda and empowering the wealthy and corporations to create even more overseas jobs.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1335168478 Christopher Shaw

      I noticed how you lamented about Mr. Cain surviving cancer and then somehow found a sense of morality about the uninsured and the “empowered wealthy.”

    • zytekfan

      Go away troll!

      • Al Hubbard

        You’re all freakin trolls for the GOP. Give me a break….what’s Cain going to do… bake pizza for congress. I’m with the Palin guy….there’s a sure winner.

        • zytekfan

          Excuse me while I roll on the floor laughing.

  • Dirk Dangerfield

    It is a sad thing that these sort of untruths are being proliferated. I live in the UK where we have the national health system which Obhama is trying to bring to the US. The french have a similar system, and is concidered the best in the world. I cannot believe that any sensible minded people cannot to see the advantages.

    Unfortuately Mr Cain has no real reference, and so is really just assuming he would be dead. This makes him look like a puppet, although I’m sure he is doing this for what he believes is the right reasons.

    I can assure Mr Cain, and anyone else, that had he been in the UK, with the same symptoms, he would have obtained the same treatment, within in the same timescale, if not quicker, and been alive today to tell the tale.

    Our private healthcare, which runs along side our NHS care are the same doctors and nurses, and usually the same hospitals. The differences are under the NHS system, if you are suffering from a non fatal illness then you do go on a waiting list. These lists vary depending on the seriousness, or demand. To give some timescale, my father is awaiting an operation for a replacemnet knee. This has taken 3 months. If you are suffering from a life threatening illness you will be treated straight away. My wife and father have recently been through cancer, and so I do know what I am talking about.

    The NHS system does not stop anyone from going private if you can afford it, or if you have the right insurance, and so it is not a complete replacment for the current health system. Also many pioneering techniques are developed through the NHS.

    I am a realist, and reading the posts, I don’t expect anyone here to be influenced by my comments. I am just trying to give another view on this.

    • Anonymous

      You’re right. We’re not swayed by your comments. Herman explained it, and, apparently, you were doing something other than listening to what the man said. He clearly said that if he was doing things on bureaucrat time, he’d be dead, whereas he got to do things his way. I’ve had this on my mind, for a long time:

      http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/37194.html

      http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/36904.html

      http://black-avenger-1.livejournal.com/35405.html

      http://biggovhealth.org/resource/myths-facts/costs-of-health-care/

      For the US to become like the UK would be a drastic step down, like it or not. The Canadian and British health care systems, which evaluate peoples’ viability with mathematical formulas, is not something I want to live under: here, we call those DEATH PANELS.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/6127514/Sentenced-to-death-on-the-NHS.html

      http://townhall.com/tipsheet/guybenson/2011/03/22/death_panels_thousands_of_british_seniors_denied_life-saving_operations

      As for your golden tower, France:

      http://newsbusters.org/blogs/lynn-davidson/2007/08/27/french-health-care-expert-frances-system-broken-should-copy-us-media-

      Maybe Europeans, like yourself, like being spoon-fed by socialists bureaucrats, but here in America, anyone with eyes and ears can see and hear we’re fighting becoming like your nations, tooth and nail. We prefer to live on our own merits, and pay for things ourselves, and choose our own coverage and even have our own doctors. We do not need un-elected bureaucrats that don’t know us, and never will know us, telling us how to live and die.

      http://www.aafnh.org/knowledge/semper-fi-now-just-die-obama-pushes-euthanasia-on-veterans.html

      Here, in this country, we have freedom of choice. I joined the military because I CHOSE to, not because some government bureaucrat FORCED me to, just as I CHOOSE to spend my money for my own health care, and not for the health care of others that I neither know, nor owe. Furthermore, it is not Constitutional. Unlike your country, the US has a Constitution, stating QUITE CLEARLY what powers the Executive and Legislature have, and have not:

      http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/prespowers.html

      http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/congpowers.htm

      England and the other constituents of the have no such rule of law, as the Constitution. Your officials and “royals” can make any rule they want, because they have the power to constantly remake the rules, much like liberals, here, want a “living, breathing Constitution” that changes any way the wind blows. Here, that is not the case. The Constitution is damned near set in stone, as amendments take not only Acts of Congress, but states to ratify. This is a government of the People, by the People, and the People have spoken: we don’t want to be saddled with trillions of dollars taken out of our hard-earned paychecks to pay for something we don’t want, and isn’t even legal. When government gets involved in health care, something it does not have the authority to, it inevitably and always goes wrong, one way, or another:

      http://blog.heritage.org/2009/10/06/medicare-largest-denier-of-health-care-claims/

      I neither want, nor need, anyone telling me what to do, or how to live my life, much less how to spend my money, or who to spend it on. I don’t need to be a ward of the state, depending upon government largesse, and I won’t be. If that’s what you want, you can have it, but don’t wish that horse manure my my country. We are not socialists, you are, and there have been notable people from the UK that say that socialism is a stupid idea for Britain:

      http://www.snopes.com/politics/quotes/thatcher.asp

      You should’ve listened to her.

      You have the audacity to say someone isn’t “…sensible…” for not wanting what you want, and that someone is a “…puppet…” for not articulating to your satisfaction why he doesn’t want what you have. If that attitude makes anyone look like an insensible puppet, its you. Herman Cain is no bumpkin, and I’m sure he knows full-well about the UK/French/Canadian health care fiascos, just like anyone that has a TV, Internet access or the ability to READ A BOOK does, so please, get down off your high horse, and stop pontificating to us about not knowing what’s good for us, like that other imbecile:

      http://newsbusters.org/blogs/mark-finkelstein/2009/07/31/they-may-not-know-whats-good-them

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_POOCBVBANMZWAKAGRKAPUZAHCM Olmighty

        That’s a big “if”…if Cain had not had private or work-based insurance he either would have been under Medicaid or Medicare (not sure how old he is) or not had insurance AT ALL; IOW his care under Obamacare would be the same but at least he would have had *some* care.

      • Dirk Dangerfield

        Virus X,

        If you read my post you would see that I am merely expaining the health service on offer in the UK, and as I stated, I do not expect anyone here to be influenced by my comments. I have no axe to grind, and did not bring politics into this, unlike yourself. I was not on my high horse, nor was I criticising your system. I was just trying to explain that our system is not as you, and Mr Cain appear to believe. I assume that you are a prosperous american, and have either health insurance, or no need for insurance as you have the money to pay. What you are saying is that if you do no have the money, then you can go away and die.

        I cannot accept a situation whereby my fellow men/women are denied the right to live just because they do no have the means to pay. Sure, we all like to pay our own way, but not everyone is lucky enough to be able to afford it. I have paid a lot of money in my life to the system, and have been lucky enough not to have to use it. This does not mean that I begrudge anyone else from doing so.

        I find that americans are very quick to label this kind of thinking as socailism or god forbid , communism, I prefer to think of it as christian. I don’t believe that an american could ever accept this kind of system, as money is your god. In europe we put people before money, as money is only a means to end.

        P.S.
        We also do not have a conscript army, our soldiers are volunteers, just like yourself, another error on your part. Many of our young men are dying in afghanistan, just so you can get your cheap drugs once again, as your government needs to keep it’s citizens drugged to be able to control them. But enjoy your freedom, as you freely take your crack cocaine
        .
        BTW,

        The royal family do not make rules anymore, only parliament can do that. We also have a say in this, and some laws have come about because a citizen has campaigned for it.

        Anything that is set in stone will eventually break. We survive as a race because we are flexible, not because we refuse to adapt, that way lies extinction.

        • Anonymous

          Wow, you sure lie a lot.

          Lie #1: “What you are saying is that if you do no have the money, then you can go away and die.” Funny how you never show where I say that. In America, charity works best, when government has no place in it. Churches can provide health care coverage, just as government forces provide such things as Medicaid and Medicare. There are far more safety nets, here, than in England I’d be willing to bet. Some cities even provide medical coverage for low-income citizens, and some hospitals even provide, themselves.

          Lie #2: “I cannot accept a situation whereby my fellow men/women are denied the right to live just because they do no have the means to pay.” No one is denied medical coverage, due to lack of money. In America, its ILLEGAL to turn patients in need of emergency treatment away, simply because they don’t have insurance, or some similar program behind them. Additionally, treatment can’t be stopped, due to lack of funds/non-payment.

          Lie #3: “I find that americans are very quick to label this kind of thinking as socailism or god forbid , communism, I prefer to think of it as christian.” Christianity does not have anything to do with taking money away from people, to re-distribute to others. When you have people that don’t want to pay for others’ medical care (or anything else), taxing it away from them, or telling them they’ll go to Hell, if they don’t, has nothing to do with Christendom. A DIRE, low lie. Jesus told a man that he should give his possessions away and follow Him, but in no way, shape or form did He say that the man would go to Hell/be denied Heaven, if he chose not to do so.

          Matthew 19:21-25

          Telling lies about Christ is absolutely un-Christian. He never said that holding onto wealth for you, and yours, prevents you from going to Heaven. And when those that did give their wealth away to help others did so, they did so voluntarily and to the degree they personally chose, not the rate at which some government bureaucrat chose.

          Lie #4: “I don’t believe that an american could ever accept this kind of system, as money is your god. In europe we put people before money, as money is only a means to end.” The Truth is not in you.

          http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1761910/posts

          Furthermore, America is a nation that is more religious, than the UK, where faith is in decline.

          http://www.whychurch.org.uk/trends.php

          Lie #5: You distort a misstatement into yet another opportunity to tell lies: “We also do not have a conscript army, our soldiers are volunteers, just like yourself, another error on your part. Many of our young men are dying in afghanistan, just so you can get your cheap drugs once again, as your government needs to keep it’s citizens drugged to be able to control them. But enjoy your freedom, as you freely take your crack cocaine” That is so laughable, its not even worth response, especially in light of your previous statement

          “I have no axe to grind, and did not bring politics into this, unlike yourself.”

          Liar, liar, ass on fire.

          Lie #6: “The royal family do not make rules anymore, only parliament can do that. We also have a say in this, and some laws have come about because a citizen has campaigned for it.” You have no say as to who becomes your chief of state, the PM, just as your lack of Constitutional Rights further limits your “say”.

          Lie #7: “Anything that is set in stone will eventually break. We survive as a race because we are flexible, not because we refuse to adapt, that way lies extinction.” Strawman. No one mentioned anything even remotely similar to this. The presence of a Constitution has benefited the US (and other nations), whereas your lack of one, has not, allowing for government diktats to prevail. Maybe your adaptability will help you in your losing battle against the islamization of your entire country, and the imposition of sharia law in more and more places.

          Toodles, loser, and have a spot of tea for me.

          • Dirk Dangerfield

            Virus X,

            sorry mate, these are the rantings of a child. Nothing I have said is a lie. How is it that you presume to know more about my country than I do. Your assumptions are laughable, and show you have no knowledge of how my country works. Only 4% of amercans have a passport, this is not a bad thing, yet your country likes to dictate to the rest of the world.

            The idea that you don’t have to give your wealth away to get into heaven is a new and mainly US idea, it goes hand in hand with your dollar worship. It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.

            As for america being religious, america is an affront towards christianity. If jesus returned, he would take a whip to you all, as he did the money changers in the temple. To call yourselves religious is truly laughable.

            Funny how you find my statement about afghanistan laughable. The taliban, a true religious people, destroyed all drugs and the trafficking of drugs. When the US went in, the first thing they did was reinstate this evil trade. I wouldn’t expect you to know this as most americans have little knowledge of the world 100 yards from their door. This is not a new thing, during WW2 Mussolini destroyed the mafia in italy. The yanks of course reinstated them.

            The americans do not understand our political system and make assumptions, which are not true. We do not need a constitution, as our system is not corrupt, and so we don’t protecting.

            As for freedom my friend, I am as free as you are.

            Well, it has been nice talking with you. I find it interesting to see what americans think of our country.

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AA637T7RTTPAA7VLKOOKGLWRAY V C

            VIrusX wrote: “In America, charity works best, when government has no place in it. Churches can provide health care coverage”

            That’s a total lie. The ‘churches’ aren’t providing anyone ‘health care coverage”. They might pay for your to get blood pressure meds, but that’s a far cry from open heart surgery.

            How many churches will pay for your $4000 prevention colonoscopy to catch your colon cancer before it spreads? The answer is NONE, my friend. And apparently you choose to ignore the canisters at the Mini marts all over the country where parents are BEGGING for help for a transplant for their kids.

            I had a friend from europe spot one of those and say, “What’s THIS? In the ‘GREAT LAND OF AMERICA’, your own people have TO BEG for medical help???”

            Stop lying to this man in Europe and start telling the truth about American health care. It’s the pits!

            A man who spoofs his own circumstances as something much better than what they are, is simply a fool and deserves to continue getting the egg that is rotten. And that’s exactly what is going on with American health care – You are merely one job away from being that ailing American health care beggar tomorrow.

            And since I talk to people all over the world regarding health coverage, it’s only in places like Somalia and Guatamala have beggars like that. The USA is the only wealthy nation to join them.

            • Dirk Dangerfield

              V C

              Thanks for the support, I wasn’t criticising US medical care, but merely trying to explain that what you are all being told about our healthcare is a lie. I believe that 45,000,000 americans don’t have any healthcare insurance. In a land where healthcare is so expensive, this is disastrous.

              I was shocked to learn recently that there are schools in LA, that don’t have clean running water, and parents have to give their children bottled water to take to school.

              It would appear to us across the pond that those who have the wealth in american have little interest in helping those who do not. Like Virus they seem to hide behind this macho independance stance. I can understand the idea of being independant, and standing on your own feet. But there are times in everyones life when you need help.

  • Anonymous

    I like Herman Cain. I’ve not heard an unreasonable stance come from him yet. I do wish he would get more air time. I don’t trust either Perry or Romney. Both have distinct differences in philosphy to my own ideas of conservatism.

  • Anonymous

    “ObamaCare would have killed him? This is a former Corporate executive who is financially well off. I’m sure he could have afforded the best treatments even if he had no insurance at all!

    • Anonymous

      Greenpoint… you’re missing the point, ironically… The provisions contained in “Obama-Care”, specifically the reductions in payments to doctors and hospitals is going to reduce the number of providers, this creates shortages of the needed personnel and equipment and this is in addition to the Independent board making decisions about the ‘optimal’ treatment options for various people at various ages, depending on their health,etc… all of these things, which ARE in the “obamacare”, will impact people’s abilities to get the kind of care that they need. Regardless of a person’s ability to pay, the overall reduction in healthcare will affect everyone, adversely!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AA637T7RTTPAA7VLKOOKGLWRAY V C

        You and Herman Cain need to read “Obamacare”. Start at kff.org – it’s easy to read.

        For people like Herman, Obamacare changes NOTHING except more provisions – like adding reproductive contraceptives for women and allowing your children to stay on your policy until age 26. And of course, the elimination of the “pre-existing’ clause.

        There is absolutely no change in payment-to-provider for people who are getting health care from an employer.

        Only if you are on Medicare will there be any changes, and it will directly change what doctors can charge for certain things (no different than what Blue Cross does now).

        But Herman won’t ever be using Medicare — because he’ll live forever on his golden parachute corporate retirement health care policy. So this “FEAR PILL” he is trying to get you all to swallow —- well, you’ve swallowed it like good little dogs.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AA637T7RTTPAA7VLKOOKGLWRAY V C

    Ok Herman Cain – now see what it’s like getting stage 4 colon cancer without any health insurance. You’d get none of that special cancer detection, NO treatment, NO CT scan, no CHEMO, no “2nd Opinion”, NO “nine months worth of entitlements” —– you are now PRE EXISTING, and therefore you won’t be sold any policy by *any* private company. Which means you can NEVER get on another insurance policy again. So if you don’t have a TON Of money saved up, you’re screwed.
    Without Obamacare – you better PRAY LIKE MAD that your cancer NEVER comes back, because you’ll be toast. Oh wait — you are on GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE, so you are all set. You DO HAVE the best care already!!! GOVERNMENT care. You nitwit.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AA637T7RTTPAA7VLKOOKGLWRAY V C

    Ok Herman Cain – now see what it’s like getting stage 4 colon cancer without any health insurance. You’d get none of that special cancer detection, NO treatment, NO CT scan, no CHEMO, no “2nd Opinion”, NO “nine months worth of entitlements” —– you are now PRE EXISTING, and therefore you won’t be sold any policy by *any* private company. Which means you can NEVER get on another insurance policy again. So if you don’t have a TON Of money saved up, you’re screwed.
    Without Obamacare – you better PRAY LIKE MAD that your cancer NEVER comes back, because you’ll be toast. Oh wait — you are on GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE, so you are all set. You DO HAVE the best care already!!! You nitwit.