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Monday, March 29, 2010

Now the REAL TRUTH starts to filter out.  Remember the phrase "Rationed Health Care".  This is what they were talking about.  It has nothing to do with availablility.  Clinics will be clogged with folks for "free" anything.  Oh well,  I am 'bout wore out with this but I must keep it up for my grandkids sake.  This is not about health care.  It is about losing our freedom.  The people that disagree with me on this are still my friends, but what we all take forgranted is in danger.  Freedom of speech is on the list.  OK, call me a lunitic, that is fine but just think about other "socialized" countries and how their freedoms have disappeared.  Zoom,, there goes another reader or follower, but I had to say it.  Thanks  (I ACCIDENTLY LOST A COMMENT FROM SOMEONE,,SORRY, PLS COMMENT AGAIN.)

Just for grins... "Google",,"Exhaused Doctors",,,     http://www.google.com/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENUS331&=&q=exhaused+doctors&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=

Doctor Shortage News Story,,,
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100329/ap_on_he_me/us_med_healthbeat_primary_care

4 comments:

  1. Australia, England, Canada, Ireland and Scotland and many more countries have state run health care.....I'm sure all countries were in an uproar when the law passed but we are all okay now and wouldn't want it any other way...people are more responsible than you think Glen, and whoever would want to be sick anyway....if people do, then they do need medical help.
    I know you are doing what is right in your heart, you have to do what you feel is right just as we do.........:-) Hugs

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  2. I can tell you my husband is already exhausted and already has to schedule patients weeks out simply because there aren't enough hours in the day. He would retire tomorrow if he could.

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  3. We too have a shortness of doctors and nurses, I think this is a universal problem....Glen have there always been enough doctors and nurses in the US?......:-) Hugs

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  4. Interesting blog you have, although I do not follow your line of reasoning here. First, no country is 100% socialist or 100% capitalist, so when you speak of "socialized" countries, I think we need a bit better idea of how you define them.

    Second, freedoms, or lack of them, are not dependent upon the "named" socio-political system.

    Third, although the US considers its structure to be largely capitalist, we managed to lose more freedoms in one act loosely veiled in the form of "protecting our homeland" than other democratic countries have in the same amount of time.

    So ... while I generally agree that the healthcare act leaves much to be desired, I cannot agree with the line of reasoning you used to get there.

    Have a good week!

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