View Full Version : U.S. Issues Problem in comparing the U.S. to other countries on health care
01-14-2010, 09:27 PM
Just a simple thought that seems to often get overlooked as we hear about how "the rest of the world" and their health care systems. Also those countries pay much higher taxes as well.
We have 300 mil people in this country.
Canada has 30-35 mil
England 60-65 mil
France 60-65 mil
Just some food for thought.
01-15-2010, 07:33 AM
Yeah, it's no wonder our's is the most expensive in the world. France's is also one of the most expensive of the socialist models. Wiki has some good stats posted on the alleged claims that we rank near the bottom in certain categories of health. We don't there's many more below us and between the industrialized countries we're not that far off. Of course the left relies on stats based on Cuba's HC system but even those are loaded with statistical manipulation and chicanery. Typical lying communist country.
01-15-2010, 08:11 AM
The difference between our life expectancy and the best is like 6 years. There are two types of people that use statistics....liars and damn liars.
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