For Want of a Dentist
Pr. George’s Boy Dies After Bacteria From Tooth Spread to Brain
The Cheap Now:
A routine, $80 tooth extraction might have saved him.
The Very Expensive Later:
Deamonte’s death and the ultimate cost of his care, which could total more than $250,000, underscore an often-overlooked concern in the debate over universal health coverage: dental care.
–emphasis added by me.
We have no leaders.
America lost its mind in the 1960s and it hasn’t recovered yet.
That’s most of my life.
We went from being a nation to being an Every-One-For-Himself, Get-Mine-NOW! Marketplace.
And you wonder why I’m cranky?
I saw America before it went insane.
And I want it back!