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The NHS: A Guide for Americans Under Obamacare

JT_Hunter Wrote: Jun 26, 2012 7:46 AM
The reason they are sold on it is because they really have no first hand experience to the kind of healthcare we have here. The same goes for most people in Canada. Unless someone actually lives here and can experience the ability to call the doctor's office at 8 AM....get an appointment for 2 in surgury the next day at 6 AM....they cannot relate...the same goes for people who live under any form of socialism to communism...and sharia law...unless they know what liberty and freedom actually is all about...they think they have it pretty good where they are...This is why the oppressive governments make efforts to block access to the "Outside" world...lest their people find out just how bad their life is...and how good it could be...
AJ4USA Wrote: Jun 26, 2012 11:39 AM
And I work in a Detroit area car dealer. My biggest customers are from Canada because their same auto parts are up to three times higher in price due to so called free health care. I had one customer drive 4 hours from Toronto to save $4000 dollars on ONE part! This WILL happen here if Obamacare becomes the nightmare reality.
Pat1392 Wrote: Jun 26, 2012 9:53 AM
A relative married someone from the UK ---they were ok with NHS because they were never sick. They had a kid here that was sick and got great care but they still support BHO ---why is anyone's guess. They could just as easily go out to a street corner in Boulder and open their wallet anf give half of it away, leaving the rest of us alone.
itriedthemall Wrote: Jun 26, 2012 7:53 AM
My sister works for a large company in the Greater Detroit area. They also employ a lot of people who travel from Windsor, Canada. Many of those Canadians choose to buy the company insurance - even though they have "free" care back home. Now, if their national healthcare is so great, why would they choose to spend more for an additional policy?

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