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User avatar #4 - slumberdonkey (09/08/2013) [-]
>most similar country
>Really. No. Just. No.
#7 to #4 - newall (09/08/2013) [-]
>you're poor.
>no heart transplant.

Isbetter?
User avatar #107 to #7 - slumberdonkey (09/09/2013) [-]
Culturally we are somewhat similar. However, we have a military that could end human life as we know it. We were the first people on another world. Canada has a little space station that floats around and takes pictures of earth (THANKS TO THE USA). Now when you say "poor" i hope you aren't referring to all of the American companies that you probably take for granted. You may have heard of some of these microsoft, apple, google, AT&T.
#111 to #107 - newall (09/09/2013) [-]
no, i meant the enormous group of people in the United States, who live well below the poverty line, in what are little more than mud-huts or squats. the millions of people who can barely afford to eat, let alone pay for medical insurance.   
   
How about those in the lower working class. people who have worked hard, their entire lives, keeping your wonderous economy (the one responsible for the entire, global downturn, thanks, by the way.) afloat. the people who ONLY JUST make enough money to feed their kids, let alone themselves, how are they supposed to afford healthcare?    
   
and all of you complaining that the tiny little impact the cost of obamacare will have, is going to somehow put America in debt. you're retarded. You, as a country, have already managed to amount the single largest debt in human history, you have literally 0 chance of repaying this debt in the forseable future. most countries on earth combined, don't have anything close to america's national debt. a few  million a year will make little impact upon this.   
   
so no, in summary, i didn't mean companies. it was a theoretical statement, implying that if you're poor, you wouldn't be able to afford a heart transplant, and as a result, die. This, is by far, the inferior option, over waiting 6 months to find a heart, which, by the way, even on private healthcare, is a pretty short wait. they can't just "store" hearts. they need someone with a viable organ to die, with a donor card, WITH the organ still intact. keeping a heart healthy, post-mortem is almost impossible.   
   
(also, for future reference, AT&T are almost unknown outside of the US.)   
   
   
   
ALL this aside, i did actually reply to the wrong comment, that said, my point still stands.
no, i meant the enormous group of people in the United States, who live well below the poverty line, in what are little more than mud-huts or squats. the millions of people who can barely afford to eat, let alone pay for medical insurance.

How about those in the lower working class. people who have worked hard, their entire lives, keeping your wonderous economy (the one responsible for the entire, global downturn, thanks, by the way.) afloat. the people who ONLY JUST make enough money to feed their kids, let alone themselves, how are they supposed to afford healthcare?

and all of you complaining that the tiny little impact the cost of obamacare will have, is going to somehow put America in debt. you're retarded. You, as a country, have already managed to amount the single largest debt in human history, you have literally 0 chance of repaying this debt in the forseable future. most countries on earth combined, don't have anything close to america's national debt. a few million a year will make little impact upon this.

so no, in summary, i didn't mean companies. it was a theoretical statement, implying that if you're poor, you wouldn't be able to afford a heart transplant, and as a result, die. This, is by far, the inferior option, over waiting 6 months to find a heart, which, by the way, even on private healthcare, is a pretty short wait. they can't just "store" hearts. they need someone with a viable organ to die, with a donor card, WITH the organ still intact. keeping a heart healthy, post-mortem is almost impossible.

(also, for future reference, AT&T are almost unknown outside of the US.)



ALL this aside, i did actually reply to the wrong comment, that said, my point still stands.
User avatar #46 to #7 - uzbekistan ONLINE (09/08/2013) [-]
I'm guessing he means the fact that the U.S.A has 10x larger population then Canada.
User avatar #32 to #7 - fargtwo (09/08/2013) [-]
To be fair, human hearts have to come from somewhere and they're not cheap.
User avatar #10 to #7 - volleys (09/08/2013) [-]
If healthcare was totally free, price would be much cheaper. We have no competition for healthcare in the US.
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