ewlol wrote:The solution is to make it so people are required to purchase insurance (from a private company no less).
I can hardly even begin to enumerate the floating premises you are laboring under when you make this statement. To begin with, if it were possible to "require" all people to "purchase" insurance, why didn't they do it without being forced to if it were so important to them? You are also implying that insurance companies are private. :P
pyrale wrote:It's working in France.
hungrycookpot wrote:[Communism has] never been a fair, uncorrupted, unbiased shot at working.
Communism has never not become corrupted because it is a system that engenders corruption. Don't try to tell me that the Soviet Union didn't start out as a perfectly honest attempt.
Rhiannon wrote:Dude, in this country, if you go to casuality (Emergency room) with 2 severed fingers they'll quote you a price on each one and ask you to choose if you don't have the money to pay...LOL THAT'S THE TRUTH!
Are you suggesting healthcare is free in other countries?