Life Liberty & Levin is on right now. They are talking about how Canada's system sucks because it can take months to get simple procedures done because it is rationed care. The Rich have to wait just like the Poor and everyone gets shitty medical. The reason being is we don't have enough supply to meet demand. Anyhow, I was thinking. Having a pay as you go medical service means rich people get what they want or need when they want or need it. But it means the poor have no medical. Looking at it from the poors point of view, crappy medical is better than no medical and they don't care that the Rich gets the same crappy service. Are we a country for the people? in which case everyone should have medical. Or are we a people for the country, where we do what is best for the country at large even if it means not providing for everyone.