well the Idiots up here can'tmanage the system either, frigginglyers and theives, but the system does work. if the only thing that can be complained about is the amount of time waited let those see bill for a MRI , they'll change there tune real quick.. lol</p>
from what i do hearthey'd like to get the 40 some odd millioncovered right?soyou could compare it and run it like Canada's system..and just hope you avoid the theives andlyers.. </p>[/quote]
I think we can all agree that no matter what system is being used, there will always be theives and lyers. It's a system runned by humans and therefore, I guess you can say it will always be flawed!
You know, I would be a much more proponent of a national h/c system if our own gov't were considered the same class. But they get preferential treatment. That hypocrisy is what bothers me. I'm not against the President and VP getting preferential treatment, I think they are important enough, but everyone else in Washington, should get in line like every other person, THEN, I would begin to consider this kind of system, only because now they are voting on a bill that would directly affect them and their families.
No more of this, "Hey I know 100 people have swine flu, but so does my daughter, I really need you to treat her first before lunch time...you can do that right doctor? wink wink..."
doctor - "no pal, get in line like everyone else"
mr senator - "Oh come on! I only voted for this bill 'cause my seat was at stake! I needed the votes! Don't get so technical, just treat her!"
doctor - "no, seriously, I can't. I need a ticket number first. That number gets applied to the new medical system, then it prints out what I'm supose to do for your daughter. So you see, even if I wanted to, I have paperwork that I can't bypass. Surely you understand? You voted for the bill..."