In his attempt to make the case that nationalized healthcare is anything but a disaster, Sen. Bernie Sanders has resorted to extolling the virtues of the Canadian healthcare system.
Somehow in Canada, they've managed to provide health care to everyone in their country at about half the cost per person than we do. pic.twitter.com/SE5Eh0Fj7t
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) March 26, 2017
It’s a wonderful system, except for this.
— Diagnosis my RIGHT! (@crvallotton) December 10, 2016
Report: Tens of thousands fled socialized Canadian medicine in 2013 – The Daily Caller https://t.co/KOm6TlNy6Q
— Optimistic Veteran (@HopefulTexVet) March 11, 2017
Who'd a-Thunk It? Canada’s health-care wait times hit 20 weeks in 2016—longest ever recorded? https://t.co/adUPqGu42K
— Mark J. Perry (@Mark_J_Perry) November 26, 2016
Does it not just sound ideal?
It's great if you don't mind waiting months to see a doctor. https://t.co/oMwtbWuTnm
— Heeeere's Jonny (@jonsgardner) March 26, 2017
Right. And when they need surgery or critical care they flee to America. Come on Bern, don't be a schmendrick. https://t.co/LKo5xsh4ke
— David Wohl (@DavidWohl) March 26, 2017
If it is so appealing to you, Sen. Sanders, then why don’t you call a moving company?