But... that would be "raising taxes"! And that is a sin against the lord our god, Grover Norquist.
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The ACA is not the crown jewel of the left. it is a right leaning overly compromized piece of shit.
A single payer healthcare system would have been the solution of the left.
Wrong. People didn't generally have the opportunity to move about and seek a place where they can fit in.
Serfs were tied to the land of their lord. The were not allowed to simply free themselves of those obligations.
get with the pogrom.
And it is. Every aspect of medical software is scrutinized by risk management, including medical professionals.
The person using my software is not my customer. My customer is the patient and the FDA. If making it easier for the nurse compromises the safety of the patient, its BAD software.
Medical software is a medical device and subject to regulation as such. I am in the business of writing that software, and while I as a developer can and would be happy to make things easy and awesome, risk management often determines that "easy" can also be "dangerous". Make the default route too easy and you risk a user accidentally skipping the correct route.
actually earth had the "sharks" with birdlike beaks. Earth had a crap-load of weird-ass creatures in the long long ago.
So? Nearly impossible things happen all the time given a sufficiently large sample.
Not really. if current measures are accurate, and there is a 99.9999 chance of a miss, more measures are 99.9999% likely to support that miss and only 0.0001% likely to contradict it.
Its not quite as simple as that, but its not anywhere near 50/50 like you suggest.
over 5 orders of magnitude is as close to "almost certain" as science gets.
Hence this post.
Pretty sure you replied to the wrong post.
I'm not sure the math on that will work out.
From the perspective of personal income, we need an average taxation rate of around 27% to balance the federal budget.
And what happens when you transfer money from one account to another? You "receive" the money, so does that mean you get taxed?
Social services are not a zero sum game.