----------Ahh, so how the system is reformed will be controlled by what the doctors want, not by what the politicians vote into law. Is that how it works in Britain?Do turkeys vote for Christmas? Do you really think the doctors want their cosy sinecure (pay more than doubled by the last Labour government) affected.
----------So everyone talking about privatization in the UK, in your media and in your government is either stupid, lying, or both. I thought that the reforms take power and money away from the NHS central authority, and transfered control of it to individual GPs and other doctors. Is that not true? Are all of these doctors government employees?They're kicking out at attempts to sort out the beaurocratic mess that the NHS certainly is. Streamlining management and getting economies of scale from procurement (rather than letting every hospital make its own contracts) is not privitisation.
----------Another one who wishes to insert their lies in my mouth as 'my views'.It amazes me much do you must hate the UK for you, an avowed conservative, to spout a load of left wing propaganda
I am not a conservative, and have never at any point claimed to be one, so your claim on that is a load of crap. I am, as I have repeatedly stated, a libertarian, just for the record. As for 'hating the UK', you are again mere spouting sh1t and making stuff up. Will you next say 'why do you hate freedom?'
Stick to what I actually say, and leave the fabulism to fiction authors that actually have some small amount of talent at it.
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"Interest on debt" 10 billion CAD$
Well, as the economic idiot I am, would it be possible to get an agreement to remove interest from loans/debt? At least until the economy stabilize?
Whether Cameron is attempting to privatize, and to what level is a non-issue. It is arguing about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. The real issue is that the system is unsustainable and already becoming insolvent, even with reforms.
The US healthcare system is not without it's flaws. But some ppeople tend to overlook that it does have its pros as well.
It has some of the fastest treatment times for ER throughout and absolutely the top notch system in the world of you can afford the treatment.
Canada has a brain drain of doctors to the US for this reason.
In the mean time, I got hit by a car in Australia through NO fault of my own, and had to pay $1500 ambulence fees because I wasn't insured for ambulence cover. How does that compare?
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