Counterargument: P1: Universal healthcare would cause our taxes to go up. P2: Universal healthcare will cause doctor’s wages to decrease. P3: People may abuse universal healthcare and cause the overuse of health care resources. C: Therefore, universal healthcare needs not to be available for every individual. The first premise is the biggest argument against universal health care.
The reasons why it failed miserably were that forced taxation was near impossible, very hard to hold a strong military appearance, and that each state over powered the nation its self in power. In the time period of the publication of the Articles, the authors were most likely suffering from remembrance of England’s taxes. Clearly showing why they wanted to cut the federal governments power to tax. This idea ended up coming back to bite the US. It was bad because “taxes not only raise revenue but they can regulate too.” For instance, if a government raised taxes on tobacco products, it will show the governments distastes towards tobacco and make less people buy it.
Many of the opponents of Obamacare completely overlook how beneficial it is for women. Pre-existing conditions like C-sections, insurance plans with maternity services and the equality of insurance costs for men and women are all included in Obamacare. However, before Obamacare was executed, women’s costs for health insurance could be 1.5 times that of men, according to Wharton. Obamacare prohibited this immoral discrimination in 2014. If Obamacare were to be revoked, women would suffer much higher rates of insurance due to this unethical presumption that they are more “expensive”.
Perhaps one of the most important developments in recent years is the increasing emphasis placed on health care providers to contain costs. In such a climate, euthanasia certainly could become a means of cost containment. In the United States, thousands of people have no medical insurance; studies have shown that the poor and minorities generally are not given access to available pain control, and managed-care facilities are offering physicians cash bonuses if they don't provide care for patients. With greater and greater emphasis being placed on managed care, many doctors are at financial risk when they provide treatment for their patients. Legalized euthanasia raises the potential for a profoundly dangerous situation in which doctors could find themselves far better off financially if a seriously ill or disabled person "chooses" to die rather than receive long-term care.
Henceforth the different states will determine whether to accept or decline the federal organisation funds for extensions and advance the states healthcare programs. In most cases the obamacare will negatively affect the states because the costs of healthcare will be more expensive and the rising of private insurance. This will be expensive for the people living in those states to afford the private insurance especially for those relying on employers for insurance.
Why the prison system is flawed The american prison system is flawed and should be changed because it is very expensive to keep it running the way it is, the prison system is helping gangs grow and it can be fixed it is possible. I believe that it needs to change so that cities will have more tax money to fix other things and the people who don't deserve to get released won't be. The prison system is very expensive for taxpayers because they have to pay to employ the officers, they have to pay for the building, the tools, the food for them to eat, there clothing and bedding. As stated here “The more money a state spends on building and running prisons, the less there is for everything else, from roads and bridges to health care and public
Organ buying and selling is unethical and dangerous. With just anyone selling and buying organs, people can get hurt and killed when others become desperate. The poor would be selling their organs to the rich and endangering themselves- not to mention the fact that once organs are being sold, they won’t be being donated, and the poor can’t afford the cost of something life-saving. It’s not even possible to fully regulate an organ-selling market, as global and local sale prices would differ, and it could be dangerous for recipients to get organs from a cheaper place. With unreliable statistics about the successes and failures of organ transplants in the current system, and nothing but assumptions about another system, it is entirely uncertain about whether or not a different approach to organ transplants would work
The TPP allows large pharmaceutical firms to set their medicine prices sovereignly and restricts the availability of low-cost generic drugs in the countries. Therefore, patients are forced to buy the expensive medications provided by those pharmaceutical firms. This will be a crucial problem, especially in developing nations, whose people would not be able to buy these expensive drugs. This can be considered inhumane as it disables people from getting a proper medication when they are sick. With this regulation, sick people would only get sicker because they can’t afford the medications.
There are always bad people but that doesn't mean they are all bad. “Undocumented immigrants paid $424.7 million more to the state in taxes and fees than the state spent on them in education, health care, and incarceration.” That's a crazy because I used to think that the government is spending more money on them and that we should be spending it on other stuff. But in reality that's not true because the government is actually making more money than they are spending on them. But the only downside is that hospitals don't think the same way because the illegal immigrants don't have health insurance so that means they can't pay all those bills that they
When buying organs from malnourished poor farmers or from homeless druggies looking for money for their next fix. Unclear where organ donors are coming from and what their medical histories are, is forcing governments to take action in trying to prevent these kind of transactions from taking place, this has forced the criminals to go underground making them harder to catch because of their use of make this shift clinics for the medical procedures. The use of this kind of transaction leaves no one person accountable for problems or mishaps that might come up after these procedures. Criminal enterprises then threaten these individuals to keep them from talking and the fear of being arrested by the government for the buying or selling of human organs keep them from going to the