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(to Mitch) You put the hit on that girl and everyone here knows it.
If you give in to this guy, there's gonna be guns in every hospital in the country. What, you think Mr. Archibald's the only one who has a sick child? Have you checked out the HIV ward? There's a whole floor full. People get sick, they die. That's the way it goes. I'm faced with decisions like this every single day.
The fact remains, though, that there's a man threatening to kill innocent people because you refuse to help a son.
The fact is that there are 50 million people in this country without medical insurance. If you like to change it, you should call your congressman.
John... you're my hero.
The hospital is under new management now! Free health care for everyone!
YOU STUPID bi***!
(kicks Mitch on the side) That's for beating the sh** out of me!
(kicks Mitch again) That is for being an as*****! And this, this is for calling me a bi***! (she kicks him in the groin)
(as he and the staff laugh) Oo I felt that one!
(taking off her blond wig) I'm not gonna be your Barbie any more!
All that as* and muscles to go with it! Man, I knew da** well that wasn't no blonde!
Your policy has changed, Mr. Archibald.
Changed to what?
Yeah, we recently switched carriers from a PPO to a HMO. It's a less expensive policy, but unfortunately, there are some restrictions.
What kind of restrictions?
Here's how it works: Non-management part-time employees, such as yourself, only qualify for second tier catastrophic coverage.
No, no. I'm not part-time. I'm full-time. It's just slow right now.
Sure, but your coverage is based on hours worked and like I said, you only qualify for second tier. And that has a maximum payout limit of $20,000.
(shocked) What? Wha- I-I mean-I mean, you guys have been taking money out of my paycheck every week. I've been paying into this policy for years.
Right. And that's why we're gonna cover you for the full twenty.
You can't be right. I mean, come on. Alright, let me get this straight: You're telling me that you have dropped me from full-time to part-time. You switched carriers. Now you're telling me I'm not fully covered? Even though I got a policy that says I am?
It doesn't seem right, does it?
No, it doesn't seem right. I mean, my son is sick. If I'm not covered, I've got a serious problem.
I understand that, uh, but there's nothing I can do. Look, you can file for an appeal.
(hands John an appeal application) Here you go. That takes about seven working days.
This country man, can't go anywhere without getting' mugged, or murdered or stabbed. Kids killin' their classmates, drivebys, ya know, I won't even go into a post office any more.
Shut up, Mitch.
No, you shut up. I hate the little ba***** but he's right. You know how easy it is to get a gun in the country? In five minutes, boom, gun show.
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