When the world stopped listening to America


captain morgan
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#31
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Because it totally depends on people having jobs to pay. For it. And deliver the services.By Medicare I am assuming we are talking about US healthcare., Even Canada's system is run on a capitalist structure with most drs being self employed even though its inception is usually attributed to a socialist.

Absolutely.

Buddy thinks that because the spirit of Cdn healthcare is 'free' that it magically qualifies as a socialist construct.

Never once is it questioned that the cash to fund it derives wholly from the efforts of private sector revenues.
 
Serryah
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#32
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Absolutely.

Buddy thinks that because the spirit of Cdn healthcare is 'free' that it magically qualifies as a socialist construct.

Never once is it questioned that the cash to fund it derives wholly from the efforts of private sector revenues.


The "free health care" is that people who have their health numbers provided by their province don't have to pay up front for their care. Otherwise, it's not 'free' per say.

At least we don't need to worry about being bankrupt by having something happen medical wise.
 
petros
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#33
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Absolutely.
Buddy thinks that because the spirit of Cdn healthcare is 'free' that it magically qualifies as a socialist construct.
Never once is it questioned that the cash to fund it derives wholly from the efforts of private sector revenues.

Free? Where are you getting free health care?
 
Dixie Cup
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#34
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

Of course you are an expert concerning the subject of stupid.



As are you!
 
DaSleeper
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#35
I would guess that those who don't pay any taxes think it's free...
I'm retired and I still get to pay taxes not as much as before with income splitting "Thank you Mr. Harper"
But I still get to pay some.


And except for a colonoscopy every 5 years, I only see the doctor once a year!
 
taxslave
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#36
Quote: Originally Posted by Serryah View Post

The "free health care" is that people who have their health numbers provided by their province don't have to pay up front for their care. Otherwise, it's not 'free' per say.
At least we don't need to worry about being bankrupt by having something happen medical wise.

The flip side of that is that you also have to wait in line for needed services. So your much needed knee surgery so you can go back to work to continue paying taxes waits because there is someone that doesn't work ahead of you in line.
 
Danbones
#37
Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...a-8760142.html

megaphonies. But I guess it gets listened to or they wouldn't be spending all their illegal (non signer of the NNPT) welfare from the US on projects like that.
Last edited by Danbones; 3 weeks ago at 08:26 AM..
 
Danbones
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#38
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

The flip side of that is that you also have to wait in line for needed services. So your much needed knee surgery so you can go back to work to continue paying taxes waits because there is someone that doesn't work ahead of you in line.

Not to mention they are causing some of the medical situations themselves because that is where the massive drug company profits are. I was just told that it's a good thing I figured hyperinsulemia was the cause of all my heart problems and how to cure it myself, or the doctors would be turning me into an open gate for tax dollars to flow away to corporations like Johnson and Johnson who were just convicted of causing the opium epidemic to make profits. No jail time, so the government is just cashing in on all that genocidal misery too.

At least 80 % in Ontario, where diabetes is DESTROYING our health care system, have this "pre" or "causation" disease, which is caused by eating healthy and doing what your doctor says. What causes this "insulin resistance" at the cell level? Why sugar AND INSULIN...of course...and eating sugar and carbs like the government says is healthy.
 
B00Mer
#39
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

Of course you are an expert concerning the subject of stupid.

Absolutely, you're a stupid fukk..
 
Twin_Moose
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#40
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

well there you go
government healthcare is capitalism
because white nattys

Who is financing the federal Gov? Where would they get their money otherwise?
 
Hoid
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#41
you are a truly clueless group of individuals
 
captain morgan
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#42
That is hilarious.


.... Get back to us when you have an actual answer or response to something
 
mrjoshua
#43
Good. Now it is time to destroy it!

Hey, do you think they will take this "not listening to them" easily? They are going to punish everyone who doesn't, you know!
 
captain morgan
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#44
Quote: Originally Posted by mrjoshua View Post

Good. Now it is time to destroy it!

Hey, do you think they will take this "not listening to them" easily? They are going to punish everyone who doesn't, you know!


I'd think about taking some action, but I'm really not listening to ya
 
Gilgamesh
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#45
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

When the world stopped listening to America

Scott Gilmore: It’s become increasingly clear that U.S. power is not only absent under Trump, but unneeded. It is unlikely anyone will unlearn this lesson.

Presidential legacies are slippery things. Occupants of the Oval Office always try to frame their administration in the best light possible, hoping that history will remember their accomplishments and not their failures. History is a horrible gossip, however. We remember that William Howard Taft was so obese he needed a custom bathtub and not how he stood up to powerful monopolies. Likewise, Monica Lewinsky’s blue dress will still be talked long after we’ve forgotten Bill Clinton’s economic policies.
There is no doubt Donald Trump has high expectations for his legacy. He began to talk up his accomplishments almost before he had even moved in to the White House. By his own account Trump has done more than any previous president, and ranks himself as the best since Lincoln.
Public opinion currently disagrees. In spite of a growing economy, the majority of voters do not believe Trump has been doing a good job. In fact, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll, less than 30 per cent of Americans would be happy if he was re-elected in 2020.
So, if the Trump presidency does come to an end next year, what will be his legacy? The president’s supporters would likely point to the booming economy. It is true the markets have never been higher, but they grew at a much faster rate under his predecessor. What’s more, the consensus among economists is the few interventions made by Trump (tariffs, tax cuts, and the dismantling of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reforms) have hurt growth.


More: https://www.macleans.ca/opinion/when...ing-to-america

Typically shallow dumb MacLeans article.

No matter who rules in Wash. The USA military big stick is bigger than all the next 8 largest combined.

So, yes, like it or not, the world still pays close attention to the USA - and will for the forseeable future.

Lastly, Canada's existence as a sovereign nation is still predicated on the USA being our umbrella, whether either of us want it or not.
 
Gilgamesh
#46
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Absolutely.

Buddy thinks that because the spirit of Cdn healthcare is 'free' that it magically qualifies as a socialist construct.

Never once is it questioned that the cash to fund it derives wholly from the efforts of private sector revenues.

Canadian Medicare is now free?

When did that happen
 
Curious Cdn
#47
Quote: Originally Posted by Gilgamesh View Post

Canadian Medicare is now free?
When did that happen

Capt'n don't pay no taxes.

Cayman Islands ...
 

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