Tuesday, June 14, 2005

What do Canada and N-Korea/Cuba have in common?

Choose from the following answers:
(1) succesfull hockeyplayers
(2) they are heading the same political direction
(3) are all neighbours of the US
(4) are all part of the axis of evil

Enough ... I will tell you what they have in common. It has something to do with the health care system. Sally Pipes, in Opinionjournal.com; Canada is the only nation other than Cuba and North Korea that bans private health insurance.
However the public health system doesnt seem to be working very well. The Canadian supreme court said that "access to a waiting list is not access to health care".

PS Thanks God that Robert Stevaert moved already to Limburg to become 'governor of the province' there. Considering his fascination for Cuba he could very well have been in favor on the Canadian ban.


Blogger julie_m said...

I didn't know that.

5:09 PM  

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