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National health care?

Posted by Rob Longenecker on July 31st, 2007

If the democrats win in 2008, national single-payer, Canadian-style health care may be on the table. In preparation, you may want to hear from a former advocate of this style of health care who has seen the actual results first-hand.


 ”Free” health care for all is not only not free but it’s not what you would choose if you needed care for your family – as this article points out.

It may be time to take a look at what’s missing in our health care system, but I don’t want what Canada has. You may not, either.

How would you like it if the government mandated a one-size-fits-all holster and at the same time made it illegal to spend more on a hand-made custom holster even though you could afford it? 

In a nationalized health care system the first thing to go would be choice. If you remember “Hillary Care” defeated years ago, one of the features was to make it illegal to go outside of their system. Yikes!

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