Thursday, May 26, 2011

Burdens of Healthcare, Heartless Medical Providers, Illegal Immigration and the Impoverished White Community. . .




























































Every once in a while, a health care provider will do something that makes my blood boil with anger. As far as I'm concerned, they're faceless and ruthless parasitic blood suckers. An “event” recently occurred in the case of one of my friends and neighbor.

As we all know, medical providers treat illegal aliens and they simply skip out on paying billions of dollars in bills. Simply put, "No papers. No pay!" This has bankrupted many hospitals and has crippled the country's entire healthcare system. As always, the idiot politicians side with the criminal invaders and stick the taxpayers and those that pay excessively high premiums for inferior service with the bill. What becomes of the poor White Americans that cannot pay the bill? Some 30 million White Americans live in poverty.

My friend and neighbor, Thora, has been out of work for more than a couple of years. She spent most of that time with zero income and absolutely NO healthcare. Unfortunately, we live in a rural community with no public transportation that's 70% Mexican. Employment opportunities are next to none for White People.

This being the case, we know all too well how minorities are unfairly treated and that joining pro-white political groups may be in their best interests. There's nothing wrong with being “racially aware” and advocating what's best for one's own people.

With a little assistance from me, I helped Thora apply for AHCCCS benefits from the AZ DES. She was approved and after many years, finally got a medical examination. Unknown to her, she was expected to pay a $5.00 co-pay. With zero income, she could not pay. To most working people and large multi-million dollar healthcare providers, $5.00 isn't very much money. To Thora, it's $5.00 more than she has.

To pour salt in an already festering wound, Desert Ridge Urgent Care DBA Maricopa Urgent Care (a.k.a. the "bad guys") have on two separate occasions spent $0.44 on postage to send Thora a bill and a threat of sending it to a collection Agency. It won't be long before they spend more on postage than the debt is worth.

I think it's absurd to forward a $5.00 debt to a collection agency. Why doesn't Desert Ridge Urgent Care go after some of the bigger fish. I mean, the illegal aliens who were assisted by the crooked politicians that created this healthcare nightmare?

In the mean time, we also have thousands of people that cheat the AZ DES by lying about their addresses and living arrangements in order to get benefits they are not eligible for. We need more verification and enforcement to keep those unworthy individuals from receiving benefits. We should drug test every recipient and throw the bums that fail off the rolls. People who can afford recreational drugs have no business being a burden on the rest of us.

Illegal Aliens Bankrupting Our Hospitals - Also A Word About Socialized Healthcare

Ask your legislator. . . Why isn't our government treating illegal immigration as a crime?

Hospitals are going bankrupt and this will leave little choice of healthcare for legal citizens of this country. Universal healthcare/Socialized medicine will not fix this problem. . .border control will.

If we aren't sending people home who are here illegally, then we ought to be billing (and collecting from) their country of origin for their healthcare, their education, their housing and even their incarceration. http://yedies.blogspot.com/2009/06/illegal-aliens-bankrupting-our.html

As a result of the Federal Emergency Medical Act, Mexican ambulances are transporting hospital patients who are unable to pay for medical care in Mexico to hospitals in the United States. The ambulances are driving through unguarded potions of the border with “little resistance”. Go ahead, look this up. It will make you angry. Remember this the next time your insurance company decides not to cover part of your treatment.

Why are we sitting back and taking this? All of us should be out screaming and yelling in the streets and at the offices of our elected “non-representatives”. Stand up and speak out! We must agitate.

Cost of Illegal Immigration Rising Rapidly in Arizona, Study Finds

FAIR's new breakdown shows that illegal immigrants take $1.6 billion from Arizona's education system, $694.8 million from health care services, $339.7 million in law enforcement and court costs, $85.5 million in welfare costs and $155.4 million in other general costs. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/05/17/immigration-costs-rising-rapidlty-new-study-says/#ixzz1NIrrzDHJ

Send an email, write and/or call your representatives and demand they take action to fix the problems which allow illegal aliens to benefit from our systems, Systems that should be reserved for those of us here LEGALLY! The voice of “We the People” is loud when it wants to be. We can be heard and fix the problems which are dragging us down and denying our children the futures they deserve.

Please call Desert Ridge and waste more than $5,00 worth of their time complaining. Tie up their phone.

Direct complaints to cold blooded and ruthless medical providers:

Desert Ridge Urgent Care DBA Maricopa Urgent Care
16515 S. 40th Street Ste 139
Phoenix, AZ 85048

Phone: (480) 706-0174

CONGRESSIONAL SWITCHBOARD at 1-800-839-5276

Monday, May 23, 2011

Saturday, May 21, 2011: A few bumps in the road. . .









































I had thought I was going to have an uneventful Saturday barbecuing with some friends at an undisclosed location in Phoenix (our unit meeting). Things rapidly changed when I discovered a suspicious "package" sitting out in front of my property.

I contacted the Pinal County Sheriff's office and a deputy responded. I have been the target of multiple incidents of harassment since being threatened by open borders advocate Carlos Galindo on his "Straight Talk" radio show on KJLL in Tucson, AZ.

Most if the incidents have been childish juvenile type pranks that involve prowling around my fence, bouncing rocks off my roof and writing silly thing with chalk on the road in front of my home. If you recall, last September, two windows were shot out of my truck while it sat in my driveway. Somebody also entered my yard by climbing over the fence.

Perhaps, it was a hungry vegan anarchist that was rummaging for food in my trash? Somebody did open some bags and root around. I happen to compost my organic waste, so there was nothing to eat in my trash.. The neighborhood cats don't even bother with it.

After the deputy arrived, he made an assessment and decided to notify the fire department. Initially, he had some difficulty getting anybody to respond. Although outside the city limits, Maricopa FD responded and decided to call their Battalion Chief. Several Minutes later, he arrived and decided that a hazardous materials crew should be dispatched to the scene to investigate the suspicious item.

The street in front of my home was blocked off to traffic. In the mean time, I got my bottled water, soda, hot dogs, sausage links, buns and chips loaded in my truck to take to Phoenix.

Upon returning home from our meeting, I noticed the scene in front of my home expanded to include the bomb squad. The suspicious “item” was ultimately removed and everybody left around 9:00PM, Potential suspects have been questioned and an investigation is pending.

2 multi-vehicle accidents, 1 fatality

State Route 347 between Maricopa's city limits and Casa Blanca Road just experienced its second bad accident in less than 15 hours.

The highway is currently closed in both directions due to a multi-vehicle accident that occurred at about 2:30 pm. Preliminary reports from Maricopa Police indicate the collision included a rollover in which a vehicle struck a tanker truck full of fuel. Hazardous materials units are on the scene, and there are no reports of serious injuries. http://www.inmaricopa.com/Article/2011/05/21/sr347-2-multi-vehicle-accidents

Fuel spill from accident shuts down SR347

A multi-vehicle accident, involving a fuel tanker, shut down John Wayne Parkway (SR347) shortly after 1:30 pm today.

The accident occurred in the northbound lanes at the Rancho El Dorado/Cobblestone Farms intersection. The tanker truck ruptured as a result of the crash, spilling its load on the roadway. Initial reports are that one vehicle attempted to make a u-turn on the highway, which put a series of events into play. http://maricopa360.com/?p=11083&cpage=1#comment-28008

Maricopa happens to be somewhat geographically isolated. There aren't too many ways in or out of the area. When an artery is shut down, alternate routes involve lengthy detours through the Gila River Indian Reservation. I found myself taking Casa Blanca Road out to Interstate 10 and into Casa Grande. From Casa Grande, I took the Maricopa - Casa Grande Highway to Maricopa.

The detour was an inconvenience, but what irritates me more is how people complain about the road or lack of roads. Some people even blame SR 347 and call IT dangerous. SR 347 is a nice long stretch of divided highway with plenty of visibility. The “complainers” should have considered this reality before moving here.

A police officer recently told me that the problem is that too many people from California moved here. I can't argue with that.

Having lived many years in Pennsylvania, I knew wide smooth roads like SR 347 were hard to come by. Oddly, unlike Arizona drivers, Pennsylvania motorists are more capable of keeping the shiny side up and the rubber side down. Human or operator error is the primary cause of wrecks. Don't go blaming the road!

If people would simply pull their heads out of their asses and pay attention to the road when they drive, wrecks wouldn't happen so frequently. I refuse to call them accidents, because they are caused by people that are most often inpatient, selfish or just plain stupid.

The posted speed limit is 65 mph. People often pass me like I'm standing still. To me, Phoenix is a horrible place and see no reason to be in such a big hurry to get there. Fortunately, I don't have any plans on going that way until August.

If I had it my way, I'd pull up the pavement and replace SR 347 with a very bumpy rut filled dirt road that would prevent anything but trucks from getting out here. Everyone else can move to Phoenix or Hell.

If I'm not pissing people off, I'm doing something wrong." --Harry L. Hughes III