So, You Think Canada's Healthcare System is Great?
and liberals love to point to Canada's "free" universal healthcare as
a model to use in changing the United State's healthcare system. Of course, Obama
and the democrats have excluded themselves from their own versions of their healthcare
bills. The liberals tout socialized medical care as the "best in the world."
They attack healthcare in the United States as unsophisticated and behind the
times. What the liberals got last week is a big dose of reality.
Obama and the
democrats were still stinging from their huge loss in the senate race in Massachusetts
two weeks ago. Conservative Republican Scott Brown easily trounced his democrat
rival and took the US Senate seat that was formerly occupied by the late democrat
Senator Ted Kennedy for nearly fifty years. Brown won by promising to vote against
the democrats' socialist healthcare scheme.
Obama actually came to Massachusetts
and campaigned for Brown's rival. This drove Brown even higher in the polls as
the voters of Massachusetts rejected Obama and his policies. A visibly upset Barack
Hussein Obama expressed his anger in his State
of Delusion speech.
Now, Canada's prominent Danny Williams, who is the Premier
of Newfoundland and Labrador, has decided to come to the United States for heart
surgery. Williams is just another in a long line of patients that come to the
United States for expert medical care.
The simple fact is that America has the
best medical care in the world. While there may be some issues with cost and the
insurance bureaucracy, it still beats socialized medicine. ObamaCare
would not only cost more, but the treatment would be inferior to what one receives
today in the US. As mentioned, Obama and the democrat politicians have been careful
to exclude themselves from ObamaCare.