Originally Posted by dcronin
Let's go there. It's the single biggest expense for US families.
Okay, I went there, but all I found was your bullsh:t. In 2011:
I paid less than $2,500 in healthcare costs last year for my family of 4.
I paid twice that on grocery bills.
My wife and I paid over $4,500 on gas for our cars.
I paid over $13,000 in property taxes alone.
My wife and I paid many times more than that in income taxes.
But yeah, healthcare "is the single biggest expense for U.S. families."
What friggin planet do you live on?