Posted by: franklynchusa | July 19, 2009

What If . . .

What if voters demand that Congress and the President give up their artificial bribery health plans given to them by the evil insurance companies, and be required to join only the “public plan” they propose for the rest of us?

Wouldn’t that be a hoot!

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Responses

  1. Yes, that would be a hoot. Although I’m not sure it’s practical.

    Ask the UK! They’ve thrown HUGE sums of public money at the British NHS over recent years and, frankly, it’s worse now than it was before.

    It’s simply not possible for governments (or indeed most nations) to provide healthcare at a level that’s even close to what medicine CAN supply. There are too many “not hugely wealthy” people and too few filthy rich ones for the sums to add up.

    Only somewhere like Dubai, which practically floats on oil and has a relatively very small population, can even get close – and even they’re apparently getting a bit nervous these days too.

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