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Judge a society by how it treats it's poorest

Reader comment on: Nationalized Health Care Threatens America's Future

Submitted by Concerned (United States), Nov 16, 2009 22:22

And we don't look good......

How many millions of Americans have no healthcare in the US? One, is too many for most European countries. Maybe the market will sort itself out when we hit 100 million Americans with no healthcare then getting a National Healthcare system will be a political likelihood. Just a matter of time.

Many european countries have high % of atheists (over 40% in Sweden and the UK), and it looks like they care more than the more religious US. Hard to fathom.


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