Why can’t America’s healthcare system be more like Canada’s?— PragerU (@prageru) March 20, 2020
Here’s a better question: Why would you want it to be? pic.twitter.com/AKfzKwY0Ro
Why can’t America’s healthcare system be more like Canada’s?— PragerU (@prageru) March 12, 2020
Here’s a better question: why would you want it to be?
Alain Lambert has first-hand experience with Canadian healthcare, and he offers some cautionary tales.
It's no wonder Canadians come to America for care! pic.twitter.com/RxucjOc4YB
The Truth About Canadian Healthcare | PragerU https://t.co/PbTKaaQNNf— 🇺🇸Amy Carmen🇺🇸 (@CarmenAmy1) March 9, 2020
Myths about healthcare in Canada:— PragerU (@prageru) March 13, 2020
▪️Everybody gets covered
▪️Nothing is free
▪️The quality of healthcare is poor
▪️Canadians pay for insurance through high taxes
Hear firsthand from someone who has experienced Canadian-style #healthcare: pic.twitter.com/E1sufawCqU
How is "free healthcare" working in Canada?— PragerU (@prageru) March 15, 2020
Well in Ontario, the country’s largest province, the cost of nationalized health care took up 46% of its entire budget in 2010.
By 2030, that number is projected to be 80%.
The tax increases in the U.S. would be STAGGERING. pic.twitter.com/BGRUsGezeP
Question for thought:— PragerU (@prageru) March 16, 2020
If you try to avoid going to the DMV or the post office, why would you want the government running your healthcare? pic.twitter.com/KRNR3Pwj0D
Free healthcare may sound good but it's completely unsustainable.— PragerU (@prageru) March 18, 2020
It also means quality and accessibility will plummet. @theWillWitt heads to San Diego to ask people what they think about free healthcare. Check it out! pic.twitter.com/i8Ls6FOERe
In America:— PragerU (@prageru) March 19, 2020
You can get a back surgery in days
You can get a colonoscopy in a few days up to a few weeks
You can get an ultrasound in a day
People wait weeks, months, and even a year for procedures
So why do some aspire to Canada's socialized healthcare system?