...As it would be for the rest of us. Small compensation to be sure, but what can you expect from an economic, as well as political, system that has proven itself quite deficient when it comes to compensating the majority of working people.
And so proper healthcare. Proper renewal, and upgrading, of infrastructure, let alone proper attention to real priorities in general, go unfunded. We get sicker. More disaffected, and at odds with each other, competing for ever less available, living wage jobs, because that's just the way the economics of scarcity works -- as in works for them. More's the pity too as it's only in working together that we'll be able to change anything.
Senate Health Care Bill Includes Deep Medicaid Cuts