RoseAnn V. Shawiak
What Government Deems - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Living in the so-called richest nation on earth,
having insurance that barely covers expenses that
interfere with actual conditions of health needing
to be addressed.
Not having any money after paying rent and utilities,
yet doctors do not accept Medicaid for their services,
therefore patients are turned away; it's not really
the fault of excellent doctors.
Medicaid doesn't pay them what they should, it's all
about what our government deems necessary and that's
the end-all in our richest nation in the world, having
so much poverty nowadays.
Mainly due to democrats and rhinos who care about no one,
pocketing our money incessantly so we haven't enough to
live on, they should be ashamed, but of course they're
not, because they feel entitled.
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