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[*] Post 508100 posted on 17-6-2017 at 08:15 Reply With Quote
45,000 people



die every year in America because they do not have access to free healthcare.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/people-die-without-health-care_us_5910b4e8e4b0104c7351257b
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[*] Post 508101 posted on 17-6-2017 at 09:24 Reply With Quote


Yet, they voted for Trump...

Strange country.
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[*] Post 508104 posted on 17-6-2017 at 16:11 Reply With Quote


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Originally posted by marymary100
45,000 people die every year in America because they do not have access to free healthcare.

There is no such thing as free healthcare, ever, anywhere. Somebody pays to train medical people for them to have the skills to give healthcare, somebody pays for the medical equipment, somebody pays for the building or for transportation to where the patient needs help, somebody pays for the medicines, etc.

I got healthcare that was free to me, for years, at a Christian clinic. But it was paid for by the Christian charity, by any government reimbursements for which the clinic was eligible (=money taken from taxpayers), etc.
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