True Story about “Free” Healthcare

This is a true story that happened to a close friend of my father.

This man was diagnosed with prostate cancer. On the Gleason scale (which is used to measure the severity of cancer on the scale from 1 to 10) his cancer was 9! He was in a very dangerous situation.

This man lived in Canada. To his dismay, Canadian Governmental regulations prohibited “Free” healthcare system from treating any prostate cancer with Gleason score of 6 or above! Meaning, in Canada, the doctors were obligated to let him die, while in USA they treat anything – even nine, which he had.

On top of that, since Canadian doctors do not get paid that well, and there are few of them, and since any bum from the street has a right to see a doctor for any insignificant problem, he would have to wait for NINE MONTHS before actually seeing a doctor!

My father’s friend decided to move to USA instead, and, although he has spent a great deal of money, he cured himself completely and today he is cancer free!

My point is: “free” healthcare is “free” because it is so cheap, nobody would actually pay money for it. Michael Moore is hack who went to Fidel’s personal hospital and wants to dupe everyone into believing that is what “free” healthcare looks like.

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2 Comments »

  1. Swint said

    I couldn’t agree more, thanks for your post and trying to get the word out. I have recieved health care in Canada, and it is awful. Politicians who support universal healthcare have no idea or they know they won’t be using it, so what do they care.
    http://www.dryflypolitics.com

  2. armilnov said

    Thank you for commenting! 🙂
    BTW, really nice avatar, LOL

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