25 August 2009

More insurance madness

Say what you will about Britain and its NHS, but I don't think this could have happened there. It probably couldn't have happened in the Soviet Union.


Blogger Ranch Chimp said...

Thanx Mr.Infidel...What a testimonial!! This is exactly the kind of stuff that I been pointing out to folk's around me locally. I have heard alot of hardship cases..but this is one of the more compelling...Thanx.....

25 August, 2009 13:06  
Blogger Ranch Chimp said...

Also...one more note...I think the President has been VERY considerate and nice. I'm not as mild as him...I dont just want a public option...I want TOTAL nationalized health care(I know we wont get it though) Some may call me socialist or whatever for that...which is fine with me... but I want to make sure I am getting at least something for my money...frankly...I wouldnt even care about the high taxes like in EU countries over this...I get milked now by the private sector and screwed or likely to get screwed...my money is going out anywayz...at least their getting some security for their money.Some actual oversight as well.We been asking crook's and hustler's to write legislative proposal's and to regulate themselve's is about it! And that in my opinion may not be socialism...but it is being a dumb ass!

25 August, 2009 13:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, of course this would not have happened in the Soviet Union. Free health care (and education) for all, those were among the positive sides of socialism in Eastern Europe (and eastward, in the communist USSR).

You know, Infidel, I don't think that, contrary to what my blog rants may suggest, I have words anymore for the atrocity that passes for health "care" here. It is just incomprehensible to me.

25 August, 2009 15:47  

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