I wouldn't copy Canada. I personally know someone that was killed by the Canadian system.
An how many get killed in the US for not having any insurance?
Yes. Because "GMO" doesn't tell you anything all. It makes people *think* they are making an informed choice about their health when actually they are choosing randomly and because people have limited time and attention span, adding the label means other, actually important factors, get less attention.
In other words, people are just idiots who don't know what is good for them?
Do youl file taxes with the IRS? Do you own a passport? The government already has plenty of your data. Healthcare won't change much.
Spoken like a true ACA apologist.
Agreed, and this apologist enjoy very much his CANADIAN Universal Single Payer Health Insurance.
If your car has a recall for a safety belt problem, and you don't get it fixed and get into an accident, is it suddenly the car manufacturer's fault? No.
If my car had a recall every week, I would be feed-up and stop following on them.
Oh, well I guess as long as it works on your laptop, everyone should be happy. Me? I have to jump through hoops just to get to "passable", much less "working".
So as long as it doesn't work on yours, everyone should be sad ?
"An idealist is one who, on noticing that a rose smells better than a cabbage, concludes that it will also make better soup." - H.L. Mencken