Discussion in 'Europe' started by Jroc, Feb 18, 2012.
Health Bill spells "the end of the National Health Service as we know it" | UK news | guardian.co.uk
Would be useful to know what the bill is actually trying to accomplish rather than bloviations from an opposition politician.
It's trying to save the monolith known as the NHS. But fearmongering idiots on the left - through their mouthpiece media (the Guardian) - don't like the thought of someone actually fixing the damned thing.
Britain plans major health care reform - Washington Times
Sounds just like the left here any time anyone brings up fixing Social Security, Medicare, public education, (insert overly expensive and inefficient government bureaucracy here)
Basically, yea. What started off as a well meant idea has grown into a monstrosity that is a massive financial drain on the country. It is rife with theft, mismanagement, bureaucracy and general incompetence.
Liberals usually start off Well meaning.
Like all government social programs. Oh well, first step in the right direction for a healthier economically viable britain.
Too bad we are going in the opposite direction. Is it really about "health Care with Obama? Or control? I think the latter.
There is a difference in fixing the NHS and gutting it for private companies to earn massive profit on the backs of the sick people.
When even the freaking doctors are against much of these so called reforms, then you know that it stinks.
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