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How to get free medical care

Kevin Kenney

Great article on the costs associated with having a baby. There is a whole lot of whining going on here. In my 20s I decided not to have children because I just could not afford it. The costs did not coincide with my lifestyle. Yet as a taxpayer, I still pay.

If you had looked further into the benefits you could qualify for, maybe you could have purchased that road bike, fund your baby’s college fund and your retirement account. It always pays to look at all options.

If you had just entered the Vail Medical Center claiming poverty or just being here illegally in this country, you could have wiped out all your concerns. See below how Illegal aliens’ anchor babies get there stuff for free. Oh now, wait a minute, you pay for their babies too!

A man entered the states illegally in 1997 to work, bringing with him his wife and three children, all illegal aliens. The following year his wife gave birth to a fourth child, and with that birth the family had an “anchor baby” ” an American citizen by birth, who provided the entire family with a free pass to remain in the United States permanently. Unfortunately, the baby was born prematurely, spent three months in the neonatal incubator, and cost the hospital more than $300,000. Meanwhile, the oldest daughter married an illegal alien and gave birth to her own anchor baby, and then his wife gave birth to yet another baby.

Anchor babies are United States citizens from the moment they’re born, and they instantly qualify for public welfare aid. And over 300,000 anchor babies become citizens each year in the United States thanks to the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside.” The two anchor babies generate $1,000 per month in public welfare funding for the family; the premature baby gets $600 a month for asthma, and the healthy baby gets $400. The family earned $18,000 last year for picking fruit, and the government gave them another $12,000 for their two anchor babies.

Most illegal aliens do not have medical insurance. But lack of medical insurance doesn’t mean they don’t get medical care when they need it. Because of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act of 1985, hospital emergency rooms are required by law to treat uninsured people without reimbursement whether or not they have insurance. Anchor babies born to illegal aliens instantly qualify as citizens for welfare benefits and have caused enormous rises in Medicaid costs and stipends under Supplemental Security Income and Disability Income.

Why should any patient claim anything but indigent care? It’s only the taxpayers paying for it! Besides, you deserve it!

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