- May 14, 2008
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- Over the edge...
- Political Leaning
Really? By what metric? Can you provide any evidence?"The United States spends significantly more on healthcare than comparable countries, and yet has worse health outcomes."
Such articles lose me when they start out with such a half truth. The first part about the US spending the most on healthcare is true, however the last part about worse outcomes is a flat out lie.
Shouldn't those conditions be addressed in the healthcare system?Any so-called bad outcome in the US compared to anywhere else is due to factors outside of the healthcare system, such as obesity, smoking, alcoholism, or a sedentary lifestyle.
Only for few who can afford it.Technically, the most capable healthcare system on the planet is in the USA.
Why don't you start by stating why "people and corporations" who do NOTHING to make anyone well make record profits.It's just the cost that needs to be addressed, and not by a government takeover of the healthcare system.