In pretty much any other nation on God’s green Earth, healthcare is a straightforward issue. However, in the United States, it’s a topic that divides, fractures, and polarizes the population into warring factions: those for access to free healthcare and those adamantly opposed to it.

Well, here at Bored Panda, we believe that access to free healthcare makes a lot of sense. Meanwhile, the current system is incredibly bureaucratic and wasteful according to the latest stats and ought to be improved. How bad is the situation? Well, around 760 billion dollars go to absolute waste each year. However, some Americans are stubbornly against free healthcare and overhauling the system.

Why? While there are some serious arguments here and there, we decided that it’s time that we took a gander at the most ridiculous reasons that people have said ‘no’ to something that ought to be a basic part of life. Scroll on down and upvote your fave pics. Be sure to let us know what you think the pros and cons of free healthcare are, dear Pandas—we always value a well-argued opinion.

Dr. Andrew Carroll from Arizona, has some experience dealing with healthcare insurance companies and fighting for what's best for his patients. Bored Panda previously wrote about how he broke down in tears when a company refused to provide one of his patients a CT chest scan and contacted him again to go even further in-depth about the system in the US.

#1

Apparently Canada’s Healthcare Is Bad

Apparently Canada’s Healthcare Is Bad

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Sum Guy
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2 months ago

Americans act like they don't have wait times for specialised care

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#2

It's A Charity Handout

It's A Charity Handout

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Something
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2 months ago

And if it is charity? Isn't that a virtue?

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#3

Won't People Just Hurt Themselves On Purpose?

Won't People Just Hurt Themselves On Purpose?

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Sum Guy
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2 months ago

I like making fun of Americans... it's the least I can do for all the people they have killed in other countries

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According to Dr. Carroll, there are clear financial incentives for the companies that provide healthcare insurance to keep the system, with its high administrative costs, as it is. "It will be very difficult to reduce the administrative costs without overhauling the payment system altogether," he explained that even small step-by-step changes would be hard to push through.

Dr. Carroll was very candid about healthcare insurance providers and how it's not in their interest to do what's best for American patients. "Unfortunately, these payers tend not to have altruistic intentions towards their members. They cater to the advantage of the employers paying for the benefits, who want to try and spend the least amount of money they can."

He continued: "Employers that pay for benefits will need to demand more of the companies providing the benefits or patients will need to file class-action lawsuits to demand that benefits due to them are not unduly restricted, as they are today."

#4

An Ambulance Is Not A Taxi

An Ambulance Is Not A Taxi

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Coleonema
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2 months ago

I was dumbfounded when I learnt that you guys pay for an ambulance

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#5

When You’d Rather Go Bankrupt Than Go To Another Country For Better Healthcare. Because America

When You’d Rather Go Bankrupt Than Go To Another Country For Better Healthcare. Because America

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RiverStyxJix
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2 months ago

Canada's awesome tho.

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#6

What's Next, Free Medicine?

What's Next, Free Medicine?

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I I
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2 months ago

yes and everything else to do with health care

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The US spends huge amounts of money on healthcare, but a whopping quarter of the costs are administrative. This means that customers pay a lot, but far from every penny actually ends up helping them directly. There’s a lot of waste in the system and a lot of fat that needs to be cut.

What’s more, hospitals in the US are consolidated. This means less competition, meaning there’s little to no motivation to actually ensure lower prices for patients. If somebody can charge more and the customer has no other choice, why lower the price? (Well, apart from empathy, I mean?)

#7

It's Cr**py In Canada

It's Cr**py In Canada

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Eva
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2 months ago

And which of them still has a job after month of rehabilitation

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#8

But We Can Pick Whatever Doctor Or Healthcare Insurer We Want! We Win

But We Can Pick Whatever Doctor Or Healthcare Insurer We Want! We Win

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Sum Guy
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2 months ago

This is what happens when the media and politicians lie to the people... plus the people are too dumb to actually pay attention to other countries

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Free Refills On Burns

Free Refills On Burns

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troufaki13
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2 months ago

Funny thing is, we do have free water at restaurants in Europe!

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Despite often boasting about being the bastion of freedom and being the best, the US is woefully struggling along with its healthcare system. The World Health Organization ranks it as the 37th best in the entire world. It doesn’t matter how many amazing doctors and how much cutting-edge tech you have if you can’t help people due to the system in place.

The US spends more of its national income on healthcare than other developed OECD countries and spends more per person than other rich nations. However, this level of spending doesn’t translate to better care.

#10

"There Healthcare Is So Good That They Rely On The Us For Actual Medicines Lol"

"There Healthcare Is So Good That They Rely On The Us For Actual Medicines Lol"

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Meike H
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2 months ago

Isn't it Oxford?

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#11

Why Use It If You Can't Afford It?

Why Use It If You Can't Afford It?

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Anaïs Ballestra
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2 months ago

Actually thanks to him we spot the big difference here between America and other country with free healthcare: In America you have to think if you can afford it BEFORE. That's crazy....

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#12

Didn't Ask To Be Blind

Didn't Ask To Be Blind

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Foxxy (The Original)
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2 months ago (edited)

Even in Australia with universal healthcare you still have to pay for glasses or contacts. My glasses cost $39 and my daughter got 2 pairs for $189. The eye test at optometrists is free though.

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Where you live in the US and what type of insurance coverage you have (private vs. public) affect your wait times, too. So you can expect to wait in line to see a doctor even if you think you’re paying top-dollar prices for top-dollar coverage. However, 66 percent of all Americans are afraid that they won’t be able to afford medical care in 2021.

In a couple of earlier interviews, Bored Panda spoke about US healthcare with Tumblr user Avilocirapter (who was paying for a top-tier insurance plan), as well as Dr. Carroll from Arizona (who burst into tears when an insurance company “denied a CT Chest on a young woman with post-Covid syndrome”).

#13

"No, In France, It Costs A Lifetime And A Country Of Taxes." On A Discussion About Ingame Healthcare Costs In Stardew Valley

"No, In France, It Costs A Lifetime And A Country Of Taxes." On A Discussion About Ingame Healthcare Costs In Stardew Valley

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C.S. E.
Community Member
2 months ago

In addition, let's have a look at how much we spend on insurance and STILL will likely go bankrupt if cancer pops up.

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#14

Lmao What Type Of Healthcare Does Iran Have? They Still Use Voodoo So They Should Shut The Hell Up

Lmao What Type Of Healthcare Does Iran Have? They Still Use Voodoo So They Should Shut The Hell Up

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Ami Temi
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2 months ago

Yes, it probably was Fox News for all the rubbish and lies and told by someone as Tucker Carlson, I'm willing to bet.

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#15

"Has Monumentally Contributed More To Mankind Than All Those Noted Combined"

"Has Monumentally Contributed More To Mankind Than All Those Noted Combined"

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Pervinca
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2 months ago

History is just an opinion so. Good to know

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Avilociraptor explained that, in their opinion, the private insurance model destroyed the doctor-patient relationship and reduced the autonomy that both patients and providers had. “Nurses are overworked and underpaid, and yet we demonize them when they strike to provide safer conditions for themselves and their patients.”

The solution? According to Avilociraptor, Americans have to “regularly write” to their government representatives and demand change.

#16

"(Us) Healthcare & Medical Infrastructure Is Truly World Class & We Are Much Better Prepared"

"(Us) Healthcare & Medical Infrastructure Is Truly World Class & We Are Much Better Prepared"

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Helen Haley
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2 months ago

I'm truly stunned by the level of deliberate ignorance and self delusion displayed by these people.

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#17

"Being Poor Is A Choice If Everyone Worked We Wouldn't Even Need 'Free' Healthcare"

"Being Poor Is A Choice If Everyone Worked We Wouldn't Even Need 'Free' Healthcare"

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I I
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2 months ago

how fckd in the head do you need to be to think that is true ?

Colin Matthews
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2 months ago

Extremely very...

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Vicky Zar
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2 months ago

If being poor were a choice, everyone would be rich

Adam C
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2 months ago (edited)

Come on...really? Being poor is a choice?

Ozacoter
Community Member
2 months ago

As a person that is too ill to work and already struggling to pay doctors in Europe (and wouldn’t be able in USA) I hope that this person becomes ill and unemployed.

Something
Community Member
2 months ago

Even middle class and moderately wealthy people have difficulty affording healthcare. The difference is that they are not completely devastated by the expense.

Leo Domitrix
Community Member
2 months ago

Being poor is a choice... No. Being an a**hole is, yes.

Coleonema
Community Member
2 months ago

Tell that to the countries who have unemployment rates worse than the great depression.

Nic Dudley
Community Member
2 months ago

I have a "professional" job in an office and I am still considered lower income. A medical emergency despite paying for the best medical insurance my company offers will put me in financial ruin...so....

Alexis Draskinis
Community Member
2 months ago

Apparently hes never worked part time jobs. Or jobs that could/should be full time but are purposely not so they dont have to offer benefits.

Mariiii
Community Member
2 months ago

how did they get to this conclusion??

Downunderdude
Community Member
2 months ago

'Being poor is a choice'? ffs

Mark Lockett
Community Member
2 months ago

There are idiots in every country, but in this the U.S truly does excel...

Kelly Hartle
Community Member
2 months ago

What about those who can't work--children, the elderly, the severely handicapped? And I dare you to find affordable insurance for someone who works for minimum wage ($7.25/hour in Indiana).

elfin
Community Member
2 months ago

Yep. Those newborn babies better buckle down and get some paid work done.

Valley Girl
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2 months ago

This comment starts with OMG- so you know it is a fact with reliable sources

sylvantic
Community Member
2 months ago

yeah, if the minimum wage was liveable and there were jobs.

Mewton’s Third Paw
Community Member
2 months ago

I bet that person is barely hanging on to their shít-tier job.

Lorelai Purvis
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2 months ago

"BeInG pOoR iS a ChOiCe" WOW are u ok did u hit ur head recently

The 5-star rated 5-star rating system
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2 months ago

Behold, a modern day Victorian moron...

Sheena Leversedge Wood
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2 months ago

and yet the people who aren't able to work need more healthcare than those that are fit and healthy, and have no underlying health issues. funny, that.

H.L.Lewis
Community Member
2 months ago

Spoken like a true billionaire

Florence Hastings
Community Member
2 months ago

OMG

Caroline Driver
Community Member
2 months ago

Someone who Really needs to be forced to live on minimum wage for a year. Without Daddy's trust fund.

John Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

Mindless....

Jessica Shookhoff
Community Member
2 months ago

People choose to be poor... because it's fun??? Is that person ok? Because it seems like they must be having trouble converting oxygen to carbon dioxide

Y T
Community Member
2 months ago

It's not free and that's to point.

Marianne
Community Member
2 months ago

Is this Paris Hilton?

Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

One word.....moron.

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2nd Amendment vs. Universal Healthcare

2nd Amendment vs. Universal Healthcare

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N G
Community Member
2 months ago

Our "mighty army" was 40,000 men. Facing 400,000 FRENCH men who came to your side. I will have a tea. And if I get a burn from it at least my healthcare is taken care of and won't hurt my credit rating, or bank balance.

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Meanwhile, Dr. Carroll previously told us that, in the United States, the insurance company is the payer for a patient’s care, so they’re “heavily involved in the provision of that care.” He said: “Their job is not to pay for healthcare but avoid paying for healthcare. It is a terrible system.”

#19

“Healthcare Is Not A Basic Human Right”

“Healthcare Is Not A Basic Human Right”

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Alexandra Davis
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2 months ago

Remind this person of this next time he needs a doctor- it's not a right so he doesn't need to be provided with assistance

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#20

“So You’re Saying Their Healthcare Is No Better Than Ours?”

“So You’re Saying Their Healthcare Is No Better Than Ours?”

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LuckyL
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2 months ago

Love the last sentence

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#21

We Have To Fund The Innovation That The Socialist Healthcare Systems Of The World Leach On

We Have To Fund The Innovation That The Socialist Healthcare Systems Of The World Leach On

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I I
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2 months ago

most deaths in the world , well done

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Dr. Carroll also opened up about the hardships that healthcare professionals like him face in the line of duty. “We are trained very early, almost like soldiers, to work hard and long hours, deal with extremely stressful conditions, and work through the emotional turmoil of death, debility, and the effect those things have on the patient and their families.”

#22

"Healthcare Is Not A Right, Unless You Feel Like Slavery Is Ok"

"Healthcare Is Not A Right, Unless You Feel Like Slavery Is Ok"

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N G
Community Member
2 months ago

So... The police, fire service, street lighting, the army.... What the frickin track do you think your taxes pay for? You ALL benefit from "someone else's labour" AS WELL AS YOUR OWN LABOUR. That's the point.

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#23

Ask Ur Hero How Finland Is Doing During This Wuhan Virus. Their 'Free' Healthcare Is Failing And Bankrupting Their Country

Ask Ur Hero How Finland Is Doing During This Wuhan Virus. Their 'Free' Healthcare Is Failing And Bankrupting Their Country

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I I
Community Member
2 months ago

yeah Finland TOTAL covid deaths 808 ....less than USA daily deaths

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#24

“Still Better Than Places With Free Healthcare”

“Still Better Than Places With Free Healthcare”

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RiverStyxJix
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2 months ago

Uhhhh, and why is that, my friend?

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However, Dr. Carroll can’t imagine doing anything else. Being a doctor, helping people, is his calling. “I love what I do because I could not see myself doing anything else. I’ve wanted to be a doctor since I was 5, since I myself had a major medical issue.”

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Healthcare Is Not A Right In 'Merica

Healthcare Is Not A Right In 'Merica

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Vicky Zar
Community Member
2 months ago

Germanys constitution. Part 1-1: Human dignity shall be inviolable. To respect and protect it shall be the duty of all state authority. Part 2-2: Every person shall have the right to free development of his personality insofar as he does not violate the rights of others or offend against the constitutional order or the moral law.

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#26

“You Can Get Free Healthcare Right Now Join The Army”

“You Can Get Free Healthcare Right Now Join The Army”

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JuJu
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2 months ago

And because it's Murica, a war is already waiting for you!

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#27

I Should Be Able To Opt Out Of Insurance If I Want... With Universal Healthcare I Lose That Freedom Of Choice

I Should Be Able To Opt Out Of Insurance If I Want... With Universal Healthcare I Lose That Freedom Of Choice

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N G
Community Member
2 months ago

...I think my brain just broke. You want to be able to pay FULL price for any illness or injury? That's... freedom, of a sort?

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He continued: “I remember the care and compassion my doctors when I was that age showed me, and helped me get through my very tough time. I wanted to do that for others, and so far I think I have done so. Insurance companies make it difficult though, and nearly force cold, inhumane, and compassionless rules on patients when they are most vulnerable.”

#28

"Healthcare Is Not A Basic Right - And I'm Concerned That Anyone's Kids Assume They Have The Right To Demand Someone Else Finance Their Healthcare"

"Healthcare Is Not A Basic Right - And I'm Concerned That Anyone's Kids Assume They Have The Right To Demand Someone Else Finance Their Healthcare"

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I I
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2 months ago

how do you think insurance works ? those that pay in but dont use are technically paying for those that do use it

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#29

“Avoid Situations In Which You May Need The Hospital”, In A List Of Solutions To Not Pay Healthcare Too Much

“Avoid Situations In Which You May Need The Hospital”, In A List Of Solutions To Not Pay Healthcare Too Much

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I I
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2 months ago

America , the place where you'd rather pay 10s of thousands for health care because you don't want to help out your fellow Americans

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#30

Not Sure It Works This Way

Not Sure It Works This Way

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Natalia Shoemark
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2 months ago

Their pricing is ridiculous.. no wonder people avoid it 🙄

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Plenty of Americans who are against free healthcare have a mindset that’s full-on ‘the strong survive, the weak perish’ which would be useful in a post-apocalyptic world, not when we’re all supposed to be civilized and aiming for longer, higher-quality living. And it’s a tad ironic that a country that is so full of charitable, warm, friendly people also has to deal with a cold, dehumanizing, penny-pinching healthcare system.

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Imagine Having To Wait Months For Healthcare Because You Live Somewhere That Has Government Run Healthcare

Imagine Having To Wait Months For Healthcare Because You Live Somewhere That Has Government Run Healthcare

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Anna Banana
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2 months ago

That's true. There's not enough doctors for everyone to be seen immediately so if my situation isn't dire I will wait a couple of months for a visit with a specialist. The more serious the condition is, the closer to the beginning of the line you are placed. I see no problem with that, I don't want somebody else to die because I was impatient. And that's for public healthcare. A yearly insurance at a private network of clinics costs about a quarter of a mean monthly salary. Within that you can go to any specialist (except, I think the dentist) and then it's much shorter waiting time.

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American Talking About Free Healthcare

American Talking About Free Healthcare

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I I
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2 months ago

goes bankrupt and homeless after car accident " at least i'm not paying to help others"

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#33

"Better Than The Free Healthcare [...] Ours Is Expensive, Not Crap"

"Better Than The Free Healthcare [...] Ours Is Expensive, Not Crap"

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Kaisa Koo
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2 months ago (edited)

Facts missing again. I Wonder if it's more a lie or laziness.. Ignorance, I know but such irresponsible statements could be understood as lies.

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#34

But Your Doctors Are Imbecile

But Your Doctors Are Imbecile

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I I
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2 months ago

dumb af

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#35

Healthcare Is Governmental Slavery

Healthcare Is Governmental Slavery

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I I
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2 months ago

crazy doing ctrazy

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#36

“Wealthy Brits Fly To The Us For Critical Care Because We Have The Best Healthcare In The World”

“Wealthy Brits Fly To The Us For Critical Care Because We Have The Best Healthcare In The World”

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I I
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2 months ago

forgetting Brits do actually move to the USA for the weather , do you expect them to fly home for treatment then fly back ??

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#37

Gimme That Fat TV!

 Gimme That Fat TV!

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Veronica Torres
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2 months ago

Europeans can get bigger toys if they disregard their own health and education!!! Seriously?

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#38

"You’re Welcome American Citizens Literally Pay For The Rest Of The Worlds Healthcare." On A Tweet About Canada

"You’re Welcome American Citizens Literally Pay For The Rest Of The Worlds Healthcare." On A Tweet About Canada

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Roxy Eastland
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2 months ago

"American citizens literally pay for the rest of the worlds (sic) healthcare" - I don't even know what they're thinking here.

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#39

Found On Quora: "Don't Talk About Healthcare, That's Not Sometimes That Defines The Greatness Of A Country"

Found On Quora: "Don't Talk About Healthcare, That's Not Sometimes That Defines The Greatness Of A Country"

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Roland Kreslin
Community Member
2 months ago

Since when Is USA the greatest country in the world. Get your facts straight. And if you are too lazy watch the series 'newsroom'. There is a nice rant about wlhow f****d up USA is

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#40

"I'll Pay My Healthcare And Others Can Pay Theirs If They Can't That's Unfortunate"

"I'll Pay My Healthcare And Others Can Pay Theirs If They Can't That's Unfortunate"

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Marianne
Community Member
2 months ago

They're right not to believe in European socialist well fair states, because something like that doesn't exist. We do not have socialist states here. But that's hard to understand if "universal healthcare" is a socialist concept for you.

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#41

"Healthcare Isn't A Human Right"

"Healthcare Isn't A Human Right"

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WilvanderHeijden
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2 months ago

Once again it's clear that Americans do not know the Universal declaration of human rights. Even under the Geneva convention wounded prisoners of war have a right to health care.

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#42

Free Healthcare Doesn’t Work And It’s A Failing System In Almost Every Country

Free Healthcare Doesn’t Work And It’s A Failing System In Almost Every Country

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I I
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2 months ago

i'd laugh but it's scary how uninformed most of these morons are

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#43

Free Healthcare Is Why Italy And Spain Have Thousands Dying Everyday From Coronavirus

Free Healthcare Is Why Italy And Spain Have Thousands Dying Everyday From Coronavirus

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Lara Verne
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2 months ago

What kind of logic is this?

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#44

Wait Until You Find Out Waiting In Line For 11 Hours To Vote Is Absolutely Wonderful Compared To The Amount Of Time People Wait To See A Doctor In Countries With Socialized Healthcare

Wait Until You Find Out Waiting In Line For 11 Hours To Vote Is Absolutely Wonderful Compared To The Amount Of Time People Wait To See A Doctor In Countries With Socialized Healthcare

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I I
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2 months ago

phone up at 8 am see a doctor at 10am , sooooo much waiting , these fools just listen to RepubliCONS filling their heads with sh1te

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#45

No It Isn’t, “Free” Healthcare Does Not Get Into The Concept Of A Human Right

No It Isn’t, “Free” Healthcare Does Not Get Into The Concept Of A Human Right

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Natalia Shoemark
Community Member
2 months ago

Ok. Technically I guess we do via our taxes... but like waaaaaaay less than them!

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#46

"Everyone Gets Free Healthcare Because It's A Right. Then Everyone Gets A Free Firearm. Because That's Definitely A Right"

"Everyone Gets Free Healthcare Because It's A Right. Then Everyone Gets A Free Firearm. Because That's Definitely A Right"

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Coleonema
Community Member
2 months ago

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." Does not mean you get a free firearm

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#47

Canada Only Has Free Healthcare Because Of The Us

Canada Only Has Free Healthcare Because Of The Us

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Roland Kreslin
Community Member
2 months ago

What did I just read? From what does USA protect Canada. Last time I checked the only neighbours are Greenland and USA.

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#48

"My Grandfather Went To France In 1944. Germans In Control And Not Offering Doc Visits. He And Other American Servicemen Liberated The Country" On A Tweet Where An American Man Praises The French Healthcare System

"My Grandfather Went To France In 1944. Germans In Control And Not Offering Doc Visits. He And Other American Servicemen Liberated The Country" On A Tweet Where An American Man Praises The French Healthcare System

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Dilly Millandry
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2 months ago

Helped to liberate along with all the other allies, most of whom were in from the start.

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#49

Healthcare Shouldn’t Be Free For Everyone

Healthcare Shouldn’t Be Free For Everyone

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I I
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2 months ago

what a crock of sh1t , these dumb a55es need to think before they flapp their moronic lips

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#50

"If You Can't Take Care Of Yourself Than I Shouldn't Be Forced To Pay For Your Healthcare"

"If You Can't Take Care Of Yourself Than I Shouldn't Be Forced To Pay For Your Healthcare"

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Eva
Community Member
2 months ago

Well, if a nurse thinks like that, I bet there are doctors who think like that, too

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