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Patrick Giagnocavo +1.717.201.3366
patrick at zill.net
Sun Jun 22 15:52:39 CDT 2003
On Sun, Jun 22, 2003 at 01:25:58PM -0700, Francisco Javier Mesa-Martinez wrote:
> > Trying to compare a wrung-out old system with pathetic service vs. a
> > far more robust and faster service system is also weak thinking.
> Hum, for a wrung-out old system them European pinko commies managed to do
> pretty good, let see:
> >From the July 26th,2000 issue of the AMA (American Medical Association)
> Journal, and I quote: "..in a comparison of 13 countries based on 16
> health indicators, the U.S. ranked on average 12th. The countries included
Here are my indicators:
when rich people get sick, they come to the USA to get treatment.
They don't go to Japan or Sweden.
when you want a CAT scan, you get one right away. You don't have to
wait for 4 months or more to check on that possible aneurysm or
cancer, like you do in Canada.
when your soldiers come back from a war in Iraq, they don't have to
join a waiting list to receive treatment for their injuries like they
do in the UK.
> U.S., and Germany. Of the 13 countries compared, only Germany ranked lower
> overall than the U.S.
Explain why this is then?
> But please do not let figures and facts get in the way.... As a
> transplanted Euro who has experienced both systems I get really tired of
> some people trashing our socialized ways when they have not experienced
I grew up in Canada and MUCH prefer pretty much everything about the
USA, including the *FREEDOM* to choose my own health care plan.
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