Talking About Health Insurance? Don’t Forget Herpes, the Gift That Keeps On Giving & Costing $$$
Let’s Talk About Obamacare, changes coming in health care & what’s next in health insurance and Genital Herpes!
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one out of six people in the United States aged 14 to 49 have genital herpes caused by the HSV-2 infection (the herpes simplex virus often responsible for genital herpes).
How many young teenagers, young adults,
and older Vermonters like me, have the
“gift that keeps on giving”?
When you first get genital herpes,
you might find your first symptoms are
that you cannot urinate. Nothing comes out.
Your system gets totally blocked.
You start burning with fever.
If you can’t afford herpes suppressant medicine,
how are you going to hold a job if this occurs
several times a year?
Replacing Obamacare is big in the news right now.
There is one thing I want,
and that’s a little honesty!
Obamacare claimed to give healthcare to people
with pre-existing conditions,
that did not cover prescriptions!
I will use myself as an example.
My prescription insurance plan,
Medicare Plan D,
allows the insurer to change which prescription
drugs they cover and don’t cover.
To me, this feels like blatant contract fraud.
There is no “meeting of the minds”.
There is no safety net.
Look at this letter they sent me in January 2017,
stating that they suddenly decided that they
aren’t going to pay for herpes suppressant
Well, it’s May, and the big sore I have hasn’t
healed yet, and I’m still waiting for the primary
care provider to file an appeal with the
Medicare Plan D provider!
Look at the receipt from the pharmacy,
because under Medicare Plan D they did have
to fill my prescription for 90 days more,
but then they cut me off
and then I had
an outbreak, after they cut me off!
The co-pay with Medicare Plan D was $3.70
at Rite Aid in Springfield, Vermont.
The cost without prescription insurance?
Why are Medicare Plan D providers allowed to
change their coverage? How is that not contract fraud?
I can’t reach the House Freedom Caucus because
http://facebook.com blocked me and deactivated me,
What right does a government group like the
House Freedom Caucus have to use http://facebook.com
as their official place of communicating with American
Voters when in fact facebook kicks out people anytime
they want to? That’s not freedom of speech!
House Freedom Caucus
. 15923 likes · 1452 talking about this. Official Facebook
Page of the House Freedom Caucus.
ps. Yes, I’m turning 65 years old this month.
Don’t call me to sell me anything!
AARP, do not call me!
AARP excluded me from candidate debates and
forums many times starting in 2002 and continuing
I will NEVER join AARP!
Taking away herpes suppressant medicine can
kill someone. Did you know that depending on
what type of other injuries you have after you
get genital herpes, that it can spread through
your blood to the site of other injuries!
Your genital herpes can turn into herpes encephalitis
of the spine or herpes encephalitis of the brain
and kill you.
I haven’t touched a man in over 18 years. Not one kiss,
nothing. But Herpes is a gift that keeps on giving!
WE NEED TO EDUCATE KIDS MORE ABOUT HERPES!
I DO NOT CARE HOW EMBARRASSED I AM ABOUT
ADDRESSING THIS SUBJECT.
I have been a perennial political candiadte starting
2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016
and I will get on the ballot 2018
as a candidate for U.S. Congress
U.S. Congressman Peter Welch
who voted to lower food stamps.
LET’S TALK ABOUT HEALTHCARE,
HOW CAN OBAMACARE
CLAIM TO COVER PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS
PRESCRIPTION INSURANCE COMPANIES
TO STOP COVERING ANY EXPENSIVE PRESCRIPTION
ANY TIME THEY WANT TO!!!???
HOW CAN THIS OBAMACARE ERA
BAIT & SWITCH PLAN BE ANYTHING BUT PURE
and post my complaint for me at the House Freedom Caucus – Home | Facebook
Please do me a favor, since I have been blocked from facebook,
What’s wrong with the statement above and how does it affect the
over all cost of health care in America? Herpes is the gift that
keeps on giving, so if you caught it when you were younger,
you still have it now, even if you are turning 65 this month, like me!