We all know that our entire society runs on capitalism. A few people would fight and argue on this idea, but deep in our hearts’ inner parts, we know that this is the truth. We all also know that capitalism roots run everywhere. As long as some money is to get made, you would find capitalism there. Someone would come and find a way to make this money. It could be okay at places where you sell electric cars or smartphones. What happens when people’s health becomes the target of those whose only thing that’s on their mind is the money? The answer lies in the news, which is prompted daily for businesses that are meant for profits. 

Whenever we listen to stories that are related to health care, they are heart-wrenching. We have seniors that have chosen between food and drugs. We have kids in an essential herd of surgery but can’t get the help they need because their guardians and parents can’t pay for their insurance fees. Citizens are living in America have had to smuggle Canadian drugs because of the high price in America. Why is it that health care as necessary, which is a fundamental right of ours, has become such a problem? 

Why Everyone Wants the Dollar 

The hustle for US dollars has been the main topic of these debates. Even health care has become a business that brings in a lot of funds. Everyone from companies that are used for insurance like medical device companies, pharmaceutical companies, and hospitals has been pulling all of these in by making use of large profits. There are several times which these are done at the expense of others. When you check out the benefit of patients they should be helping, it is all just so fuzzy, sad, and quite annoying. You are leaving someone to die when it is in their human rights to live, all in the name of money. Too sad.

Well, capitalism is what drives businesses, and businesses are what drives the need for profits. Somewhere along the line, technology is supposed to have come to save us by the materials and means available to make our lives happier, more comfortable, better, and more affordable. But capitalism says no. It has taken technology, and now we battle capitalism with technology striding behind capitalism.

These people have used technology to reduce the costs of things, and capitalism has shown that there is absolutely nothing that one cannot make profits from. Why would one sell a pill that can save lives for a dollar? Why isn’t that pill-free, or why isn’t it five hundred dollars. 

The thing is if you want to sell these drugs and know that yes, you want to collect everyone’s funds, do it with all your might. If you don’t want to, make it free let people live. Have a conscience and make it the right one, please.