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But, take a look at Canada. You have to wait weeks for an appointment and the quality is just shitty.
As I said in my original post, with every American, (meaning everyone certified as an American mudkipz you jackass) with full coverage will it be the same way? will it lose it's foothold and eventually just start spiraling down the drain?
Is it really a good idea?
I have to disagree and say no, I don't think it would be a good thing for the American people, it's not that much, pay for you're health care people, it's not that bad. And no matter what you're going to be taken care of anyways.
mudkipz stop posting stupid responses on my post.
and what I am saying is "do Americans have the right to universal health care" meaning the same health care Canada has. meaning basically free health care. You jackass. ( I believe Canada only has a small monthly fee depending on you're income, if you are not very wealthy they will work with you and you're health care will be cheaper, but for all those who can pay the original price it stays that way.)
I don't see anything wrong with packing fudge, I mean if you are a fudge packer you are a vital asset to the fudge community. It's supply and demand.
Ill supply you with the necessities to make and pack fudge, you and sell the fudge. The fudge is then distributed round the world for people who love eating fudge made by your truly! fudge packers. So salute your fellow packers of fudge! And enjoy the nutty goodness with chocolate and fudge the next time you want some fudge! Eat fudge packers original. And there are many kinds of fudge! and let me even define fudge.: a soft candy made of sugar, butter, milk, chocolate, and sometimes nuts.mm, so stop by your nearest store and pack some fudge!
I don't understand why different religious preferences matter in a relationship.. I don't think it's so hard to just accept that the other person believes in something different, or doesn't believe in something the other person does for that matter. It's so hard for me to understand what is so difficult about being in that type of relationship, especially if they respect each others opinions, and have the same morals. What is the difference? If the bible says god is in every mans heart, and god loves all men, even non believers, then why can't you?
Just a wee bit curious, some Americans are not privileged with money, what are they supposed to do when they can't afford health care? I think this is the problem, Most people say health care shouldn't be free because they would assume that most Americans can afford it, and for those who can't oh well, it's not my responsibility. I can see where this topic gets to a socialist stand point in a sense. Having everything handed to you.
This is a very touchy subject. This isn't a yes or a no for me. I'm undecided in the matter.