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I wonder when the banks will realize that the pharmaceutical industry got their money and they got the foreclosure debt.
Keywords: rising, healthcare, costs, foreclosure, economic, crisis, economy, health
Date Created/Edited: 2012, October 28
The economic crisis was NOT caused by banks; it was caused by the pharmaceutical industry. Consumers borrowed from the banks to pay their medical bills. The banks paid the bills. 50% of foreclosures are related to medical expenses. Millions of consumers lost everything because of medical expenses. The banks paid the bills and then consumers were unable to pay back the medical debt. Johnson & Johnson sucked the banks dry and they crashed.
As health care costs continue to skyrocket to cover multi-billion dollar corporate salaries/bonuses, litigation for criminal activity such as bribery, fraud, false and misleading advertising of a harmful drug. and paying settlements to victims and settlements and fines to authorities for crimes, millions of Americans are losing their homes due to health care costs.
In the book, "Get Sick, Get Out: The Medical Causes of Home Foreclosures," Christopher T. Robertson looks at the fact that almost 50% foreclosures are related to the cost of medical issues. He covers many options of solving the health care crisis, but never truly looks at the true root cause of the health care crisis.
The report by Health Reform, "Hidden Costs of Health Care: Why Americans are Paying More But Getting Less," again looks at the exponentially escalating increasing cost of health care, but does not dig deep to find where all that money is going, since it's obviously not going to health care.
The health care crisis was not caused by the cost of health care. The health care crisis was caused by, and continues to grow from, the cost of litigation in addition to paying restitution to those harmed by toxic, faulty or defective products and devices or illegally marketed products and devices. Toss in a few hundred multi-billion salaries/bonuses and $100 million plus retirements and it's not a wonder health care costs are out of control.
In addition, consumers are forced to pay increased taxes to cover the money stolen by Johnson & Johnson from Medicaid program and for prosecution, driving up tax rates and driving down the amount available for human services such as education, health care and dramatically increasing the National debt. In addition, taxpayers also foot the Social Security Disability bill for disabilities caused by faulty or defective devices or illegal marketing. Social Security Disability was not set up to cover permanent disability to individuals harmed by faulty, defective or illegally marketed products.
I wonder when the banks will realize that the pharmaceutical industry got their drug money and the banks got the foreclosure and bankruptcy debt. When the banks figure just how bad they've been raked over the coals, will they kick Billy Weldon off the Board at JPMorgan Chase?
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