"After my sixth divorce, I started to wonder if it was me?" Greg Allman
Typical lib. Can't grasp simple economics. It's not the inconvenience of waiting in line that scares people. Waiting in line is a symptom of the greater problem that will arise from socialized medicine: Socialized price controls will ultimately reduce the available supply of services and increase the quantity demanded for those services. As a result consumers will ultimately "pay" for the medical services through non-monetary means such as waiting in line and suppliers will "charge" for those same services through non-monetary means such as reduced quality.If anyone needs to look into this further, go to your community college and enroll in something called ECON 101. If anyone needs to look at a successful implementation of socialist policy, read a book on the history of the world. I guarantee you won't find an example.
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