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Government “saves the day”.

Capitalism is in the middle of creating the tools that can alleviate many of our biggest health-care concerns. Isn’t it quintessential government to pick right now as the time to step in and “save the day”?

Glenn Beck – Arguing with Idiots page 263


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How capitalism works in American health care.

America develops new treatments, gets them first, and yes, pays more for them. You know that fat, hairy rich guy with the hot young wife who was the first in town to buy a plasma screen when they still cost $30,000? That’s America – we’re the fat, hairy rich guy to the rest of the world.

Glenn Beck – Arguing with Idiots page 258


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The effect of capitalism on health care.

Capitalism has provided what any honest observer would conclude is the highest-quality health-care system on the planet. Market forces don’t just encourage innovation, they force it.

Glenn Beck – Arguing with Idiots page 258


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The real problem with comparisons of infant mortality rates

In the US, a baby that shows any sign of life whatsoever is counted as a live birth, but other countries laugh at that crazy standard of “life” and instead use “size” or “weight” to determine whether a birth is “live”.

Glenn Beck – Arguing with Idiots page 256

Admin – regarding allegations that the US has an inferior infant mortality rate compared to other developed nations.

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Universal health care is like the line for the roller coaster at Six Flags.

The four hour emergency room target (UK regulation) led to patients starting to feel like they were at a really boring government version of a Six Flags amusement park. When you get in line for the newest, most-hyped roller coaster, you inevitably stand for hours in an everlasting snaking line of sweaty tourists before finally approaching what you think is the finish line. But when you walk into that room you realize it’s just another everlasting line snaking through even more sweaty overweight tourists wearing spandex, fanny packs, and Crocs.

Glenn Beck – Arguing with Idiots page 244

Admin:  regarding British four hour emergency room rule under national health care.

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