From the comments section at the Washington Post, by “sonjapoet12”:
Insurance companies need PROFITS. Doctors need PROFITS. They work hand in hand, and both of their hands are filled with our money. Supposedly, if we eat right, drink plenty of water, and exercise we will be healthy. Sadly, our food is unsafe, our water polluted, and the air we breathe while exercising is toxic. Seems like an unhealthy set up to me. A set up to sell more pills, potients, [sic] and procedures. Profit is the name of Americas [sic] public enemy number one. Even if families are grossing $60,000 a year, how can that be enough when red peppers costs $1.50 each.[sic] Is MacDonalds [sic] subsidized?
A couple of thoughts:
-What the hell is a “potient”?
-Let’s see here, 60,000 divided by 1.50 is 40,000. You’d think that’s more than enough red peppers for any family.
-Based on Ms. poet12’s logic (and I use that term very loosely), I guess the air I breathe is healthy as long as I don’t exercise. I know I’m going to discontinue my morning jog, aren’t you?
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