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Mr. Dave’s letter citing horror stories of nationalized health care plans in other countries left me very confused. Is he saying that our health care situation is good, or that it’s just not as bad as it could be? Those are two very different stances. I do think it’s an issue well worth discussing – but both sides should be given reasonble credence and consideration.
Now, quite frankly, I, too, am not particularly thrilled with the idea of the government running our national health care. Our current government hasn’t demonstrated that they can run anything without running it into the ground. They can’t even handle a hurricane, much less something as overwhelming as our national health care crisis.
And as for Mr. Dave’s horror stories, I wouldn’t be at all surprised if national health care in other countries has its problems. But does that mean that we would fail with equal measure? Isn’t there any approach that could make this work?
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