Then you clearly don’t understand how every other civilized country on earth structures its health…
Val Perry

I understand, having lived in a few of them. It is *not* some abstract right to health care. That’s something most Americans are incapable of understanding. Why do you think that with the exception of France (and maybe Australia), virtually every public health care system in the world is run by local governments rather than national ones?

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