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This is as about as good an anti-government-run healthcare argument as you could possibly have for the United States. In the U.S. we focus on the fantastical idea of socialized medicine and the possibility of having cheaper, more available healthcare for our citizens. If you're sick, just walk into a healthcare clinic, get treated and walk out without the loss of much money in your pocket. But we can't ignore the reports from other countries in the world about the the flaws in this system of healthcare. Granted, privatized healthcare isn't a perfect system but government-run healthcare in practice is no better and stories like this show its worse.
Ahmadinejad really likes getting a rise out of America by saying incredibly incendiary things. Once, he dodged questions about Bin Laden's whereabouts and then tried to turn it around and allude to the fact he was in the United States, now he's being hypocritical by criticizing our gun laws when he is connected to all of these violent groups, financing their endeavors. Whether or not he was actually trying to be helpful (prior experiences would point to the contrary), is a moot point because his opinions on how our country works, as well as the history that is behind the 2nd Amendment, are uninformed and he could never fully grasp and understand the rights and freedoms our citizens have and trying to regulate those rights is complicated.
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