Thursday, September 03, 2009

U.S. vs Canada: Does Universal Healthcare Increase the People's I.Q.? Hmm ...

Here's a sampling of the towering intellects opposing healthcare reform in our country -- it's embarassing, folks.

Note to the child left behind in the video: The U.S.S. Constitution, aka "Old Ironsides," is a a "wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy. Named after the Constitution of the United States of America by President George Washington, she is the oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat in the world." She is based in Ted Kennedy's state of Massachusetts, at the Charlestown Naval Yard.

In contrast, here's a video from our friends to the North, in their own words.

[M]y friend Matte Black and his brother took their video camera to Canada on vacation to interview Canadians about their health care system. When we talked about it, I asked him to try to get negative views with specifics for balance. Here is the result. It has been edited for brevity, but the negative views were not removed, because there were none. He could not find one Canadian who thought they should kill the system. These are everyday people. They have no agenda at all other than being patriotic Canadians.

Please watch it and share it with as many people as you can.

1 comment:

jimbow8 said...

That's a great video of the Canadians. I recently got to experience Canadian healthcare firsthand, and it was extremely NOT a hassle.