Don’t Get Sick: Socialized Medicine is Here

Thursday, March 19, 2009

As Obama continues to unveil his nationalized healthcare plan, doctors and patients across America are getting concerned that we are going to end up like the UK, Canada, or Australia. Here is a small taste of their experience with socialized medicine (and I’ve seen hundreds more articles just like this):

Cancer patients told life-prolonging treatment is too expensive for NHS
- Lyndsay Moss, February 13, 2007 [The Scotsman]

Wait times for surgery, medical treatments at all-time high: report
- October 15, 2007 [CBC News (Canada)]

Grads fail to slow doctor shortage
- Jennifer O'Brien, May 21, 2005 [London Free Press]

Hundreds on waiting list as hospital pleads for help
- August 23, 2004 [The New Zealand Herald]

Women in labour turned away by maternity units
- John Carvel, March 21, 2008 [Guardian Unlimited]

Dental patients face care lottery
- March 26, 2008 [Metro(UK)].

Top doctors slam NHS drug rationing
- Sarah-Kate Templeton, August 24, 2008 [The Times])

2 comments:

Mark D. Valenti said...

It is amazing how easy it is to find this information in the British and Canadian mainstream newspapers (via the Internet).

"You think healthcare is expensive now? Wait until its free!"

I don't want crappy healthcare, or rationing. Let the industry run on competition like every other one. That is what has made our healthcare the highest quality in all the world. Why do you think everyone who can comes here for their surgeries?

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