What kind of crazy world do we live in when, in a western democracy that is fully vested in 21st century technology, your dog or cat can get better, more immediate medical attention and treatment than you? What kind of lunacy would relegate a human being to certain death through astronomical waiting periods for the most basic of services (such as diagnostics) while at the same time allowing those same machines and technologies to be available for the diagnosis and treatment of the same diseases in animals… but without the wait.
Does this sound farfetched? Something out of a George Orwell novel? Something occurring in a country that is probably not as civilized as our own?
We’re talking about our neighbors to the north… we talking about the Canadian health care system, the one our government seems hell-bent on making us emulate in the United States.
Join Bill Heid, Abe Chacko, and Logan Darrow Clements as they discuss the dire consequences of Obamacare and what we as Americans can expect if this legislation is not overturned. Clements is the producer of Sick and Sicker, a film about the Canadian health care system and the very real patients who are being neglected and left to die. It is a sobering portent of what we have to look forward to if we don’t draw a line in the sand now.
- Why animals in Canada get better health treatment than the citizenry
- Why government-touted free-for-all healthcare systems quickly turn into treatment-for-no one systems
- Who needs death panels? We have waiting lists…
- The creeping tide of socialism… and why it must be stopped now
- And more…