If you support Obama’s nationalization of healthcare . . . if you support his vision of healthcare reform . . . you will find a recent investigative piece from ABC’s John Stossel to be devastating to your delusions. If you are opposed to the nationalization or socialization of healthcare, you don’t want to miss this.
Stossel compares Obama’s proposed health care plan to Canada’s, and shows the many potential downsides of Obamacare.
America obviously has the best medical care in the work, and many government run health care plans simply do not measure up to America’s.
The video points out the many achievements that the American health care plan has allowed us to attain.
You can view it here.
Also, here’s a blog series on commonly believed healthcare myths:
- Health Myth #1: “The U.S. has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the developed world.”
- Health Myth #2: “About 46 million Americans lack access to health insurance.”
- Health Myth #3: “The uninsured can’t afford to buy coverage.”
- Health Myth #4: “Most of the uninsured do not have health insurance because they are not working and so don’t have access to health benefits through an employer.”
- Health Myth #5: “The estimated 45 million people without health insurance lacked health insurance for every day of the year.”
- Health Myth #6: “Government-run universal health care would increase the international competitiveness of U.S. companies.”
- Health Myth #7: “The cost of uncompensated care for the uninsured significantly increases hospital costs.”
- Health Myth #8: “Nationalized health care would not impact patient waiting times.”
- Health Myth #9: “Insurers cover less today than they did in the past.”
- Health Myth #10: “Preventive Medicine Saves Money.”