In one of the most fantastic videos I've ever seen on the state of the American healthcare system, Freedomain
Radio reads a letter to the editor sent by an orthopedic surgeon, and President-Elect of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.
The AAPS president, in a short succinct statement, utterly destroys all arguements that the free market is to blame for healthcare costs.
The AAPS president unloads so many epic win facts about healthcare that I nearly fell out of my chair while listening.
Doesn't ownership of the corporate hospitals trace back to the Vatican? I notice that the little bottles of stuff issued at a local hospital are from
a manufacturer with "Cardinal" in the title. And many of the hospitals are named after "saints". Some used to be named by the religious
denomination corporation...like Baptist Hospital, etc.
Yet, these videos claim its the federal gov regulating the costs of aspirin now. So does this mean that the federal gov regulates religious
corporations if hospitals are owned by religious denominations?
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