Well again I was mentioned in one of this posters threads, so I guess I was invited..
HHH do ya love me? Or just can't stop talkin' about me?
I would appreciate it if you would answer these small questions about your thread..
Then spend 500 dollars on taxes
Where did you get this figure? Source please, not just your opinion, the SOURCE.
You would rather your entire family die because you spent 5,000 dollars on insurance that oops, because of clause A of section C under file
Again, FACTUAL SOURCE Please?
Or is this all just "stuff" you made up?
You would rather spend thousands of dollars on a private insruance company so you can be denied and die.
Please, again, supportive links or researched references. (You did mean INSURANCE didn't you?)
Still doesn't explain why they'd rather spend 5,000 on a private insurance to watch their child die then 500 on taxes to watch them, be
AGAIN, Source for your figures or admit you made them up.
after spending 6 paychecks instead of watching their wife/husband be healed after spending half a paycheck.
Please reference the amount of the paycheck that would be required to satisfy your scenario here. Or admit it is made up.
he is shot on the job he dies because the company won't cover the expense to pull the bullet out.
Actually when I was shot, they pulled the bullet out quite nicely.
Please reference the time I died with proof of my demise, or admit you made this up too.
All the Canuks I've talked to said America is horrible.
Mountain-bike enthusiast Suzanne Aucoin had to fight more than her Stage IV colon cancer. Her doctor suggested Erbitux—a proven cancer drug that
targets cancer cells exclusively,
Yet another example of the callous hand of managed care, depriving someone of needed medical help, right? Guess again. Erbitux is standard treatment,
covered by insurance companies—in the United States. Aucoin lives in Ontario, Canada.
Here are some more tidbits...
Health Care BS
1. it’s not only pregnant women, like the one who recently had to drive to Montana to have her baby, who cross into the U.S. on a daily basis
seeking health care.
2. Why is the hip replacement center of Canada in Ohio–at the Cleveland Clinic, where 10% of its international patients are Canadians … Why is
Brain and Spine Center in Buffalo serving about 10 border-crossing Canadians a week?
3. Number of Canadians on waiting lists for referrals to specialists or for medical services–875,000.
It would appear that Canadians with sufficient financial means are seeking medical treatment in a country where such waiting lists exist only in the
the fond dreams of single-payer advocates.
And what about the Canadians who don’t have the money to come here for care? I guess they just pray that their illnesses don’t kill them before
the vaunted Canadian system can fit them in.
4. The Jepps drove 325 miles to Great Falls for the births because hospitals in Calgary were at capacity.
controlled territory in the far Arctic North, revealed a rate of lung infections of infants of 484 per thousand-nearly 50 percent. Almost all of
the children are Inuit. This set off enormous, renewed debate over the poverty and inadequate health care access of Canada's indigenous
In Canada, we have very few standards of clinical practice and no clinical constraints on physicians. Although physicians' fees are set, they can
perform a procedure as many times as they wish, which can encourage them to overuse the system. The same is true with laboratory tests. This is a big
problem, and since we don't measure health care as well as Americans do, we're in trouble in terms of efficiency.
h e re ’s no denying that Canada s u ffers from a lack of high-tech equip-
ment, not just compared to the United States but to all advanced countries.
In 1999, Canada, for example, had only 2.5 magnetic resonance imaging
(MRI) units per million people. And that same year when my mother was
s u ffering from dizzy spells in Va n c o u v e r, she was told that because of her age she could never have an MRI and she wait-
ed six months for a CT scan. Mean-while in San Francisco, my cat got an
MRI on the very day she needed it.
WOW, Got to love the Cat...
Well folks there were 918,000 Google entries about people leaving Canada to come here to get adequate health care, I wont bore you with the rest, I
will ask HHH to please provide PROOF of his numbers and allegations as I have..
Look HHH, it's the little [ ex] thingys I have in my post, that and the little things you click on that take you to another page.. They are called
LINKS..Proof in other words...
The failure of HHH to provide the proof of his numbers and allegations should result in the DEBUNKING of another thread..
Thank you all for your time..
Oh just a note...
You say I work in a socialistic job structure. AT least that is what I got from your obscure post.
Answer me this..
State Public Service Authority?
Taxes?...... da.. da.. da.. da.. da.. da.. da... BUZZZZZZZ
WRONG!!!! Again my friend...
All such Law Enforcement are paid through the earnings of the particular organization and not associated with TAX dollars at all... The Public Service
Authority in particular works with Homeland Security and carries State Authority to investigate criminal activity throughout the state and to assist
other states in certain more heinous criminal investigations. They are paid 100% through the economic structure of the PSA..