How can people believe in universal healthcare “insurance” when it never worked anywhere in the world?

How can people believe in universal healthcare “insurance” when it never worked anywhere in the world?

Question by D bolt: How can people believe in universal healthcare “insurance” when it never worked anywhere in the world?
Universal healthcare is too expensive. The poor is ready covered with insurance. Youll have to wait a year to get a surgery and by the time of surgery your all ready dead. UNiversal healthcare will be over used.

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Answer by FelixTheCat
Ask yourself “Why some people don’t know how to determine if some mail are scam or not?”
You’ll find an answer.

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5 Replies to “How can people believe in universal healthcare “insurance” when it never worked anywhere in the world?”

  1. So what,Veterans Health Care you wait a year to see a Doctor for surgery,then another year for surgery.
    Some people ain’t damn rich like Republicans.

  2. Well, our (U.S.A.) welfare system was created to help the poorest of the poor. It was done so with the optimistic idea of helping those in most need. Unfortunately, the system has been over-taxed and abused. Let’s hope that doesn’t happen with universal healthcare, as well.

  3. I’m not a fan of Universal Health Care but it has worked in other countries. The problem is the countries where it works are much smaller than 300 million people. And most of those countries are not capitalist like the good old USA. We are not fans of high taxes. Changing our system would be like turning an Aircraft Carrier around you can’t do it very easily or quickly.

    If you want to learn about UHC in other countries try watching “Sick Around The World”. It is not as one sided as I expected. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/sickaroundtheworld/

  4. Because they don’t want to be educated about how the real world works, and they don’t want to know how well it’s working in other countries. It’s a “gimme gimme” attitude, voting in the politicians that will “dole out” the most/best benefits.

    It’s short sighted, irresponsible, and ignorant.

  5. A lot of Americans seem to have the mistaken and utterly silly notion that other nations have “free health care.” Nothing could be further from the truth, but some people don’t want the facts. The costs of health care are rolled into much higher income tax and extremely high sales tax, to the extent that Americans would refuse to pay it.

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