Bad Medicine is another collection of short stories by writer Keith G. Laufenberg that brings the reality of life in America-that of a nation where virtually everything, including health care, is available for profit only and must be bought & paid for-before delivery. Every working and non-working American-disabled, either by sickness or poverty-has lived through this and, to this very day, in 2014, continue to live through it.
These stories graphically illustrate why it is the Capitalist System itself that harbors institutions that lie, rob, cheat and steal and all in the name of the very God that they all worship-profit! It shows why they-the
the doctors, lawyers, politicians and insurance companies-have a strangle hold on America which can only end in the country experiencing a depression a bankruptcy-or both-or a revolution.
These stories will keep you reading long into the day or night as you root for the underdog, even though you know he may not ""win,"" this time around.
|Publisher:||Royal Crown Royal, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved these stories especially considering the health care crisis we have in this country and many of them rang true for me personally. I know many doctors and hospital personnel and they all agree on one thing and that is that we have a crisis. I loved thiese stories and recommend them highly.
I work in the health care industry and was referred to this book by a nurse at the hospital. I was rate this as an exceptional read, some of the stories are a bit too over the top but still I would highly recommend these storiesespecially considering the mess this country's in right now. I liked them all and will read another of his books if I ever get the time off work. Lucy Noretta
I got this from a friend's nook and since I've read 2 books by Mr. Laufenberg I read the first three stories and thought them really relevant especially considering the health care bill being passed and all. Bad Medicine which is one of the stories really shocked me and got me to thinking that America does really need to do something like what Obama did.
I've read several of this writer's books and these short stories are eerily true and I mean eerily TRUE. Anybody who wants to see what health care in America is really like should read this book.