You're still missing the point.What I mean is that things are wrong and that the U.S. should look for a model of governing and law that is a little less flawed. To follow good examples. Like Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland etc.
Bad? That's relative.Can we both agree upon that the way things are is crazy and bad?
Right. And the discussion here is what type of system would work the best.All states has to obey federal law.
All states have taxpayers that pay $ to the federal government money.
Alright. Solution: Make taxpayers pay more, and get healthcare for everyone.
While you're at it, change the school laws so that it doesn't cost a couple of years income to get an education.
And your comment about the schools...sigh. If school is free, lots of people who don't take school seriously will go, wasting time and resources. That happens already, but it will be a much larger problem if schooling is free.
Yes, set price ceilings because those don't lower quality, at all. :rolli:The fact that everyone in the U.S. has to obey the federal laws makes change possible. And tax payers makes it possible financially.
BUT, keep the private clinics. And have laws that limit what they can charge a person for getting surgery. Follow what has been done in other countries.
I'd rather have a better system. I don't want to copy someone else's flawed system.
I've seen it. Cuba puts out just as much propaganda as the US or any other country.And just for the record, Michael Moore actually made some kind of documentary about some people that went to Cuba to get healthcare because they couldn't afford it in the U.S.
It is actually a lot cheaper to pay the flight to canada or mexico and then on to Cuba than to pay 100 000$ for a simple surgery that is free in most western countries.
They don't have the best health care system in the world.And why would that be wrong? If they are so bad, why do they keep progressing against all odds?? Having the best healthcare system in the world etc. Despite the navy blockade and trade boycott that is part of the U.S. horribly wrong foreign policy.
Your anti-American attitude is quite evident.I kind of wandered off there, but that is mostly because that there is so much that is just WRONG with America.
My sensor comment obviously went right over your head.And really, the thing about being a sensor is kind of good when it comes to this matter, because sensors are PRACTICAL, and this isn't some kind of abstract issue. It isn't about it being different over there or here, it is simply about you guys across the pond needing to change.
Do you honestly think it's that simple?1. Take a lot more taxes from rich people
2. Take a little more from ordinary people
3. Spend it on getting better schools for everyone
4. Point three will in time generate more doctors - wrong
5. Get better healthcare