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Wednesday, October 24, 2018


Liberals often use Scandinavian countries as an example of Socialism working well. This video explains why their argument falls short. Even Venezuela with its highly touted Socialized healthcare being used on their own starving and unemployed masses while standing knee deep in oil has failed and isn't working. How long do you think the wait for an MRI in Sweden or Great Britton or Canada is? I can get one this afternoon if I want.


Sarkazein said...

"(Bloomberg) -- The patients arrive by night or in broad daylight, alive and sometimes dead.
A record surge of suicides in troubled Venezuela is wearing down doctors who work at the university hospital in the Andean state of Merida. People who have tried to kill themselves arrive at an uncertain rhythm that breeds dread in the professionals who receive them."

Free healthcare for the botched suicides.

Sarkazein said...

Socialism proving to be bad for equestrians.

Anonymous said...

I don't understand the argument here? American Liberals are saying we want an economy with a social safety net similar to Nordic countries void of the cruelty of raw Capitalism. A government which invests in it's citizens, having world class, affordable education, living wages, a huge middle class and a very small poverty rate, and healthcare as a basic human right. We also want a well regulated Free Market economy which is regulated to not use their wealth to corrupt government, destroy the environment or the lives of workers or consumers.