An Insurance Salesman Says Out That We Don`t Only Have "Uninsured Americans" But Uninsurable Hispanics
July 19, 2008, 05:00 AM
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A Reader writes:

Latinos have a 200-600% higher diabetes, obesity & heart disease rates than Caucasians depending on whom you ask. In either case we really can't afford to give away any healthcare services to foreigners. This is one of the reasons healthcare is so unaffordable.

I sell insurance, people with the above conditions are basically uninsurable in the private sector and those with the above conditions are usually too unhealthy to work so they won't be getting any employer funded coverage either, creating a permanent drain on the US healthcare system and driving up healthcare costs for everybody.

Here's a classic example of uninsurable people who  happen to be Hispanic Americans: From NPR's Feeling The Economic Pinch series,  For Some Ohioans, Even Meat Is Out Of Reach, by Yuki Noguchi, National Public Radio, July 17, 2008.

[Vdare.com note: The idea of this mother-daughter family being short of grocery money is, as Gateway Pundit pointed out, more heartrending on the radio than it is in the context of their photographs. Or as a Kathy Shaidle put it "Times have changed and now the poor get fat."]

What isn't mentioned in the article is the taxpayer cost of this family's healthcare tab, no doubt tens of thousands of dollars a year.