^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^metaphor, you follow?^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
In Canada, the health care system is funded by income, sales and corporate taxes that, combined, are much lower than what Americans pay in premiums.
In the United States, under Obamacare, for thousands of Americans, it[HTML_REMOVED]#8217;s pay or die [HTML_REMOVED]#8211; if you can[HTML_REMOVED]#8217;t pay, you die. That[HTML_REMOVED]#8217;s why many thousands will still die every year under Obamacare from lack of health insurance to get diagnosed and treated in time.
In Canada, when you go to a doctor or hospital the first thing they ask you is: [HTML_REMOVED]#8220;What[HTML_REMOVED]#8217;s wrong?[HTML_REMOVED]#8221;
In the United States, the first thing they ask you is: [HTML_REMOVED]#8220;What kind of insurance do you have?[HTML_REMOVED]#8221;
In Canada, nobody dies due to lack of health insurance.
In the United States, under Obamacare, many thousands will continue to die every year due to lack of health insurance.
Link somewhere in the bowels of this thread.
“I really have had enough of illogical detraction by association as a way of avoiding logical argument by an absurd extension of ad hominem argument to third parties.”