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Saturday, June 26, 2004
Popular UK weblog Libertarian Samizdata has fallen under the spell of Belinda Stronach.
Belinda is 38, single, brilliant, gorgeous, an experienced senior manager and capitalist to her DNA base pairs.
Cross-posted to Ghost of a flea.
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Tracked on 2004-06-26 8:56:21 AM
He's never seen her on TV.
Posted by: Kate | 2004-06-26 9:14:04 AM
Nader say's for many Americans health care his a pay -or-die. Well Mr Nader for all Canadians it's Pay and hope not to die waiting.
Dont't let the facts stand in the way of a good story.
Canada's National Health System his pure bureaucratic delirium. Peaple critically in need of care have died while waiting for surgery.
In the big US city's they give the trafic report in the morning well in the canadian city where I lived they gave the wating lines report for different hospitals.
I sense that In more than one way the perseption of private or public insurance his the problem.
While we are at it why don't we insure food after all his it not essential?
What do you think would happen ? We would all run for angus beef and lobster.Cost would run up and so would line-ups.
For most medical inssurance his transforming it's self in to a generic montly medical payment like a subscription.
Private or Public it his and will be used to the maximumans many are and will abuse it.
If private the user will justify it by saying I paid for it so I dont care how much it cost.
If Public 50% of the users will say it's free I dont care about the price and 50% will say I worked until july to pay the Govenment taxes I deserve it.
So the premium or taxes just keeps moving up.We are all paying for this,it's a expansive vicious cycle.
I think we have lost the definition and purpose of insurance. It was made for something catastrophic and certainly not for the common cold. Let hospitals compete and keep inssurance or governments for ho and wath it his supose to cover and watch prices and payements go down very fast.
Of course this would not be politically correct since for the most so call progressive politicians the job has usual his to save there systems and ideology (not necessarily the patients)
Posted by: Denys | 2004-06-26 2:56:28 PM
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