darth_badger: One keeps coming tardy to the testing?
* Funny, I don't feel tardy *
Inquisitive Inquisitor: GORDON: So the state-run benefits department just randomly sorts applicants into 2 piles, approves one, and rejects the other.This will never happen under Obamacare.How is that any different from what health insurance companies already do?
xaldin: Inclined to agree. There's simply no point to maintain them from a society standpoint. Back in the day the parents would have already drowned them.
Devolving_Spud: Arthur was accepted and Alfie refused.What's it all about?
Spiralmonkey: This is the list of requirements for he benefit they are claiming: LinkNear the bottom it specifies they must be over 3 years old. This is because for the most part any child under 3 would fall into the category of being in need of help anyway with walking etc. Sounds like the claim for the child that was allowed was actually the mistake and not the disallowed one.How much more care is needed for a 10 month old with Downs than one without? They're all pretty helpless at that age.
Girion47: FrancoFile: This thread will be comprised of three kinds of posts.I can count to potato shopsStupid English socialized medicine!!!!Dumbasses, you already have three kids, and you're old, so why did you get pregnant again?/3 is the number of the counting, and the number of the count shall be 3What about mentioning that these people will never contribute to society and are a drain on our already stretched resources?
WrathofDog: I suspect a computer or a claims rep discarded one of the applications as duplicate. It happens. And less likely although still possible, it may be that the system hasn't performed the correct application standardizations.
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