Monday, August 17, 2009

Meet the 3 Million dollar Man who gets to decide if you live or die

Tired of having to decide each month whether to pay your mortgage or your medical insurance bill? Then meet someone who doesn't have that problem, the CEO of United Health Care Stephen Hemsley, who rakes in over 3 MILLION each year in salary alone.

Stephen also owns over $750 MILLION in UHC stock and options.

No wonder he's so stingy with HIS money.

His job?

Denying UHC payment on your medical insurance benefits you thought you had been paying for. Turns out the money is going to Hemsley's pocket to fund his extravagant lifestyle.
Sick for Profit
The Health Insurance Racket: Getting Rich by Denying Americans Care
UnitedHealthcare CEO Stephen Hemsley owns $744,232,068 in unexercised stock options. CIGNA’s Edward Hanway spends his holidays in a $13 million beach house in New Jersey.

The federal government doesn't need 'death panels' since the private insurance industry already gets to decide who lives and who dies.

1 comment:

  1. Hey asshole

    Since when are you interested in Local stuff, u should only write on Gaza


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