Operator : 911, what's your emergency?
Caller : I need an ambulance for 321 Evergreen Terrace! I think my grandpa has had a heart attack.
Operator : Okay, is he conscious?
Caller : No, he just fell down. Please hurry, he's not moving.
Operator : Alright, before I send help I need to get a little more information. What's your household's annual income?
Caller : What?!
Operator : I just need to know how much money you make.
Caller : I don't know. Maybe twenty thousand a year. We need help! My grandfather is dying.
Operator : Oh...I'm sorry. I'm not going to be able to send anyone. We're only able to help people who can afford our services.
[Cut to flatlining EKG machine]
Voice Over : Is this the future of American healthcare? Millions of Americans suffer from preventable diseases every day because they can't afford health insurance. Call your Senator and let them know that nobody should deserve to die because they're too poor to go to the doctor.
But like I said, this is just a moot point. Poor people can't afford a lobbyist to stand up for them, so the chances of either party making an issue of this is virtually nil.