And you figure this what they have in those other 33 OECD countries? If the answer is yes, explain why the US is 28th in the OECD in life expectancy and 27th in birth deaths.<quoted text>
Nobody wants an affirmative action brain surgeon from the Post Office.
Interesting and from the same source :
The study said Americans pay more than $7,900 per person for healthcare each year - far more than any other OECD country - but still die earlier than their peers in the industrialized world.
The cost of healthcare in the United States is 62 percent higher than that in Switzerland, which has a similar per capita income and also relies substantially on private health insurance.
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Yup, are you sure "Nobody wants an affirmative action brain surgeon from the Post Office."?(Your quote)