Rachel Nesmith

I’m the voice of the voiceless, the sickest,poorest of our society, and in the horror of Healthcare Affordable Care Act Repeal threat for the Chronically Ill and the need for my real league of superheroes with Invisible Disabilities FOR Invisible Disability Rights I, We need your support more than ever.

It’s a scary time to be someone with a chronic illness. It is a scary time for those depending on multiple prescriptions and treatment for conditions we never wanted, throwing us and our aspirations away. However, we are still expected to pay exorbitant amounts for life sustaining healthcare. How much must our lives be further pillaged? Why must we be financially and personally assaulted, robbed, fined for being very sick? To save the government money  to keep us alive? Why yes, Texas rather pay contracted Private Insurance companies a Profit to make our poorest sickest be denied and ration health care. Cut Medicaid so much Every single opportunity resulting in reimbursement so low its mission impossible to find a dr In Our plan accepting Our insurance as primary. To watch us break legs as we attempt to jump hurdles to fight for ‍Generic medication Prior Authorizations and exclusions from complete classes of medicines?

“I think it’s important for this country to know this was not a usual thing, this is a day which lays the groundwork for 30 million people to be thrown off their health insurance,” Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said after the vote. “And if that happens, many of these people will die.” The vote last night was the framework for the budget reconciliation bill. They’ll repeal it during that. That’s why it’s so important that we burn up the Senate and House’s phone lines now.

Hey, I am selling myself… my energy and effort not for money, but for the salvation of those with chronic illness. We . are. Super Heroes, Everyone is freaking out bc #obamacare is in serious jeopardy. Assemble Fellow #SleepyAmericanHeroes Private insurance has Always been the worst ‘3rd wheel!’


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