So many people have asked me about healthcare reform, that I thought it would be a good idea to devote this latest newsletter entirely to the subject.
In America medical costs are
perceived as being high, and for some reason it is thought that Canadians
and Europeans live in some kind of Utopia where healthcare is "free"
and of incredibly high quality. Also, for their own political gains some
politicians in America have exaggerated the number of people under 65
years of age who don't have health insurance.
Nobody actually knows how many uninsured people there are in America, one thing we do know is, the figure isn't 47 million.
That figure includes about:
This leaves about 27 million; some of whom can afford insurance but won't buy it, for example; temporary workers, some people working in small companies, and many self employed. This probably leaves about 21 million genuinely uninsured.
Why is it so important to insure them right now? Because some politicians who want Socialized Medicine think that now is their best opportunity to rush it through Congress, also it distracts the public from the soaring unemployment rate.
is Socialized Medicine?
Medicine The Way To Go?
In the next few pages we will take a look at the realities of health care in countries including Germany, France, Britain, Canada, Sweden and Russia. You Be The Judge!
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