Health care is NOT an albatross around their neck as their populations are healthier thanks to preventive care. And, bottom line, Rogue, are those 33 countries, all of them, in any worse financial shape than the US? As I've oft repeated, if you're gonna be in economic doldrums, may as well be with universal health care than without.<quoted text>
And their universal health care has been an albatross around their economic necks.
And we still have about SEVEN MILLION few employed Americans now than when Obama entered the White House and about NINE million few than we had in 2007!
Last thing , Rogue. Ever heard of the only one in the platoon being IN STEP? Is being one of 34 the only one IN STEP?
Finally finally, Rogue, you surely must know that health care in the United States costs more per capita than any system in any country in the world? And for what? Legions with no coverage, many with scanty or poor coverage, with premiums ranging from $200 to $500 per person per month. Wake up and smell the coffee or the roses or whatever. Exchange guns for health care.