Yes, I will say it again: CanadaCare did not killed Natasha Richardson.
Maybe because I'm an Internet Marketer, but when I see something like the contrary on US sites/newspapers, I always wonder the reason behind of such statement.
Of course, it's sad that Natasha Richardson died but she made 2 mistakes on her own.
First, Natasha Richardson did not have an helmet. It was her first mistake and she is not alone to do so.
Second, she refused to be treated. Again, it's not because of our CanadaCare. She did what people would do in her case.
What are the ulterior motives of "prosecuting" CanadaCare?
I'm the first to say that our system is not perfect.
But, part of me wonder the reasons of "prosecuting" CanadaCare. We know that US doctors earn a lot more money than their Canadian counter part. So, I have 3 questions that come to mind:
Would it be that the Obama plan to "reform" the US health system scare doctors and insurance companies?
Are those news media more on the right than left of the political spectrum?
Do they want to sell more by making cheap news?
I don't know the answers to those questions but people should question if someone will profit from that directly or indirectly.
I could say that the US health system kills 1000s each year too. I don't have any hard facts but how many can't afford health insurance. And for those that are lucky to have heal insurance, how many died because their insurance company refused to pay for treatment?
In the end, CanadaCare did not killed Natasha Richardson.
The idea US health system would be a mix of the 2 systems where doctors and insurance companies earn a reasonable profit but also where everyone are treated independently if they have insurance or not.
At least, I like the CanadaCare word. Is USACare next? ;)
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