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> Why are U.S. citizens ignoring the 6% gain on GDP, by not nationalizing health care?
Gnostic Bishop
post Jun 19, 2017, 02:18 PM
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Why are U.S. citizens ignoring the 6% gain on GDP, by not nationalizing health care?

Statistics show that the average U.S. citizen pays considerably more for their, --- bankruptcy creating inhumane medical system, --- than other countries who have nationalized health care. The gain in GDP is around 3%.

It follows economies of scale gains are likely to be about 3%. If a penny saved is a penny earned, I am justified in saying that there would be a 6% saving to the average U.S. citizen.

Why are Americans wasting such a huge amount of gains, when going single payer could bring such a huge gain to each American?

I ask all my Yankee friends; what the hell? Recognize that single payer, pays great dividends.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/health...ther-countries/

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post May 02, 2018, 02:22 AM
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Ah, you have to follow the money. Just nationalizing health care won't solve the problem, it will still be extremely expensive.
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