Healthcare is Integrated Circuitry

Who invented the automobile?

    

Karl (Carl) Benz.

This question does not have a straightforward answer. The history of the automobile is very rich and dates back to the 15th century when Leonardo da Vinci was creating designs and models for transport vehicles. If we had to give credit to one inventor, it would probably be Karl Benz from Germany. Many suggest that he created the first true automobile in 1885/1886. Source, Everyday Mysteries, website…

 

No one with a keen sense astonishment would dare think that the first automobiles that rolled off an assembly line were fully formed and developed, it took years of tinkering up to and including the current models that are on the streets today and are still in development with each new reiteration of new models yearly. And so, it is with any healthcare insurance system designed to cover and protect the masses with all its infinitesimal requirements severing both the business collective and each individual consumer per their needs. The Republicans cry of ‘repeal and replace’, are finding that task would be more arduous then shouting a simple slogan with cheering crowds drowning out the realities of the matter. Too few Americans know that Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act mean and are the same thing, Obamacare is political whereas the ACA is not, its healthcare insurance, insurance that they need and want. The President has admitted on Fox News that any meaningful action on health insurance may not even happen in its early stages until next year, I say late next year if at all. So, in my view the best that the Republicans can do for the American people and it’s my hope that they will just tweak what is not working and enhance what is working and let the chips fall where they may, with an ‘old wine in a new bottle’, mentality, sort of speak…One last point that has always been a truism in business, the President has also stated that to ‘repeal and replace’ the ACA would be a ‘difficult process’, especially at a lower prices than current, now here’s that truism, ‘you get what you pay for’…so watch out…