Health Care Questions that Cons Won't Answer

Discussion in 'Healthcare/Insurance/Govt Healthcare' started by Mr Objective, May 26, 2011.

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    What does the US pay per capita for health care?

    What is the average cost worldwide for health care per capita?

    Where does the World Health Organization rank US health care?

    What is the infection rate in US hospitals?

    How many Americans die from health care acquired infections each year?

    How many Americans get an health care infection each year?

    Currently what percentage of the US GDP goes for health care?

    How many medication errors does the average US hospital make each year?

    How many wrong site surgeries occur in the US hospitals every day?

    I really don't think the cons will answer any of these questions and their silence and insults will speak volumes.
     
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    Since you seem to be hung up on infections, did you know that most hospital infections are preventable a with low tech, low cost solution called cleaning up real good? If you want to discuss health care expenditure you should stick to things that are actually about cost and not try to throw in stuff about bad hygiene and cleaning.
     
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    Understand for conservatives this is a matter of dogma, not facts or reality - healthcare is a privilege, not a right – it’s a commodity to be bought and sold to the highest bidder. Healthcare is only for those who can afford it – if one can not afford it, he’s out of luck. Conservatives see the issue as an incentive to compel Americans to work harder and do better; those who fail and can’t afford healthcare have only themselves to blame. Their only recourse is to go off to a hospice or like facility to die.
     
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    It sounds as if obie doodle's health care is a miserable failure.. Seek help elswhere.
     

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