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Old 06-13-2009, 06:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Neezar
I am using the UK because it is one of the worst. Canada doesn't have much better numbers than the UK.

And no it doesn't bother me that we don't have nationalize health care. I think it sucks.

Does it bother you that the government wants to force you to pay for someone else's insurance (and shytty insurance to boot)?

Oh wait....Do YOU have a job? Do you have insurance?
I do have a job, probably a better one than you,
but unlike a lot of people who act like they care, I actually DO care about people.

and I don't think a US citizen should be without health care.
Not to mention, a LOT of jobs don't offer health care.

Also, we spend more money on healthcare than Canada does,
(higher figure, and a higher percentage. In 2004, Canada government-spending was $2,120 (in US dollars) per person on health care, while the United States government-spending $2,724.)
and we have 50 million American's who aren't covered.
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