Pajama Boy — the 27 year old toddler talks healthcare

Awwww look at the cute itty bitty …post college kid?Pajama Boy ROFL.

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5 responses to “Pajama Boy — the 27 year old toddler talks healthcare”

  1. Lynne says :

    Yaeli, lost connection but sent a chat. check email.

  2. Lynne says :

    Obamacare: I am not sure what the consequences of Obamacare will be. There are and were other ways of helping all US citizens obtain healthcare, and I blame our absolutely incompetent, self-serving politicians for their lack of ideas, cooperation, and willingness to address this issue, leaving us with the option of Obamacare. We have here in Austin, Texas, low-cost and free health clinics, and it would have been perhaps a good idea of look at creating a good community health system—doing a prototype in several areas and seeing what works well and what doesn’t. But that was not tried.
    I know from my stint as an emergency room worker in college that many poor people lack more than resources: They lack the idea of regular medical care, and seek treatment only in the ER. They could have had regular care, but they did not see the necessity in obtaining it. Education could have helped with that. My last year of teaching was shocking for me as many of my very vulnerable students were not being cared for properly at home by their parents, who did not avail themselves of the FREE health care for their kids and did not obtain their free and necessary medications, endangering their health and safety. Reports of neglect to child protection services did not help their situation. Health care in the US is complex and we already have too many government agencies, like “child protection services” that do not work at all. I suspect that Obamacare will fail those the plan is meant to help, and complicate the lives of all of us in one way or another.

  3. Tiger Mike says :

    my comment about Pajama Boy…. What ever happened to men wating to be MEN!

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