Thanks for the link; I love reading about stuff like that, and waver. As one of the uninsured, I would love to see something accessible to all Americans, but can also see a lot of problems with it. the thing I love, though, is how everyone is bitching about those with no insurance, the governmet is trying to make health insurance mandatory for all citizens, yet no one is coming up with any way to make that possible for the average American household.
Well from a Canadian I am proud of our universal health care, I know some of our government talk about changing things.... I am not a fan. I also know that it isn't free as said it is worked into our taxes and Alberta Health Care Premiums and there are some medical things that we do have to pay for and so insurance is still very nice..... anyway I am not overly educated on this topic and I am not anti-america like some Canadians, but like I said as it stands now I am proud of how we handle health care.
I google lots of things but that is not one of them! LOL hehehe
Thanks for that link. I hadn't read that one before. Very interesting.
I have to say, I have a lot of problems with the "no" list, and don't find a lot of the reasons to be faced on fact - or any different than what we have now. I fully support universal health care as a concept, but I know it will never happen because the people who make money from it will always be able to afford to stop it.
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