humphreys wrote:Frrosted was just being satirical, it's a shame it was almost the most accurate thing he has said
frrostedman wrote:humphreys wrote:Frrosted was just being satirical, it's a shame it was almost the most accurate thing he has said
Nope. I was talking from experience.
greeney2 wrote:Snug if you are from Canada, I think we would all like to know what are the bad aprts about Canada's socialized medicine. I'm sure it is not all bad, and like any country you can find these extremes and horror stories. I mad ethe statement, it is not uncommon for Canadians to come to the USA for many kinds of surguries.
Today is the big day as far as Obamacare and if the Supreme Court throws it out, or elimiates parts of it only. I'm sure the Court will decide on some of the basic conepts being unconstitutional, they are not going to go into the nuts and bolts of how the service works, claims, etc. The will only be concerned with the concept of forcing people to buy insurance.
As far as avoiding any medical care at all, and at all costs. Everyone should have regular check ups, and have a regular doctor, dentist, and opthomologist IMHO. Regular dental cleaning 2 times a year, eye exams, etc. EVeryone should have regular check ups and blood tests. So I disagree about avoiding any and all medical care.
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