They thought it was covered in taxes
This is America
@TLabs , no this is Patrick
@A Math Dealer, no this is Sparta
@Kamitha, is this real life?
@TLabs , don’t catch you slippin up
No joke, Charlie's jacket is dope. I want it
Edit: I have found it on a site called Filmgrab
@ptitty1231, is Mac's Duster there as well?
@ptitty1231, now I know what I have to do
@ptitty1231, also I️ think you could find it at an army supply for like $12. And you could pick up a few spare machetes and night vision goggles.
@ptitty1231, it's just a Vietnam era army shirt
@Slightly Used Spork, still dope!
Ahh good ol' Canada. Where the plot for breaking bad would never exist
@PunnyBaker, because they'd die waiting for their appointment?
@WelI Obviously, wait so you get in instantly in every hospital in the states no matter what? No organ transplant lists? Nothing of that sort? Also I’d take waiting a couple months over choosing between death or living a life in constant debt because privatized healthcare marks up medicine, because fvck it make money however you can
@LochNessMonsta, I don't know about Canada, but in the US we tend to wait for people to die to use their organs, so yea...we have to wait on the transplant list sometimes ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@WelI Obviously, right so there’s always gonna be waiting for serious operations. Difference is we don’t spend the rest of our second chance at life trying to chip away at the mountain of debt
@LochNessMonsta, But you spend an assload in taxes for mandatory healthcare that you may or may not use, not to mention how much more you'd have to pay in if Canada actually had to defend itself. People should have the right to opt out of buying health insurance if they want to and not be penalized for it (thanks Obama) My argument is less about the quality of care, even though the US is better there too, and more so that the government should not subsidize and mandate that people have a healthcare plan. Government provided/mandated healthcare removes competition which leads to subpar care. Capitalism is always better than Socialism and that's all there is to it.
Oh and by the way, Is Tommy Robinson and everyone else who has a dissenting opinion out of jail yet? ...no? Oh, well ok then.
@WelI Obviously, I was arguing against that tired, overused of “oh you wait in Canada but not here in Murcia” bullshjt to which you agreed with me that yes you wait everywhere. Do you really have to start bringing up random points just to feel less wrong?
@LochNessMonsta, Yes you're right, we have to wait on the transplant list because people have to die before their organs can be used which sometines creates a bit of a liver shortage. In general you wait longer for socialized healthcare, so being true doesn't make it "tired and overused", it's just accurate. If you're firmly in the Socialist camp then you are living in the right country. Also that last point isn't random, Canada's anti-hate speech laws would make this conversation quite a bit more delicate is all.
@LochNessMonsta, you have to wait everywhere, but you have to wait a LOT less in the states for MUCH better care than you do in Canada. I’m part of many chronic illness communities and many Canadians travel to the states to seek out care because universal healthcare isn’t a viable system for people who need actual healthcare.
@WelI Obviously, actually the quality of care isn’t always the best here in the states. There are some medical issues where the best care for it is not in the states. So that statement is false.
Also unless someone shoots you dead. You will eventually use that medical care you paid for in taxes. That’s majority of medical cost people rack up in their lifetime or end of life expenses.
There are some things that capitalism is not better for. And I think Health Care is one of them. The thing About capitalism that you seem to forget or just won’t want to admit. Is that gets to allow for the production of subpar product in the name of cutting costs and maximizing profit.
Its also naïve, arrogant, or egotistical to assume that every field in the medical profession is best here in the states.
You also bring up competition as making it better but seem to also forget the borders on insurances providers and having limited care provides you’re allowed to see per your insurance.
@Seohn, I do believe you can get the BEST care here in the US. That doesn't mean I think quality care isn't available in other countries too.
Whether you may or may not use it "eventually" doesn't mean the government gets to force you to buy it.
Just no... You're literally explaining the main issue that makes socialism crap.
If you want to call it egotistical that I believe that the US is the best when it comes to medical care then that's just fine with me 👍
If you want to talk about limited care providers and limited options, then socialized care is the place to be.
@LochNessMonsta, Health care is a terrible fickle beast at times. If a health care system were to be implemented in the United States I’d say to do it state by state. The Canadian population is 30+ million where the United States is 300+ million. Every place I hear of that has good or decent health care are always have smaller populations. If it could be managed by individual states for their populations I feel that would be fair.
Canada! Free Health Care! Fvck Yeah! 🇨🇦
@Midnite St0rm, "free"
That would be nice...
That is what taxes should be for. What are the for if not that?
@7sideways, things that the government actually should be responsible for like civil defense and infrastructure
@7sideways, the military..
My Australian girlfriend described Australian healthcare to me once, and despite my disagreements with many Aussie government policies, those koalas have healthcare down
What are you, Canadian?