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The president estimates health insurance ought to cost $12 per month.
[quote user=mmateri]better hospitals in the states than anywhere else... if you have cancer your estimation of survival depends on whether you live in the states, or anywhere else...socialized healthcare is fucking awful, and I live in a country where we have it. Jump on the fucking wagon of absolute fucking boredom, and beat a dead horse like all the lefties do, as you cry and whine like a fucking bitch. or just fucking please die, whilst waiting for your healthcare to treat and fail you...this is really way way to much crying already[/quote]I've had multiple members of my family with cancer. All admitted to canadian hospital under "socialist" health care. All alive and living well today, Cancer-free.
You're so full of shit you can't see anything but American grade brown.
[quote user=deokanon][quote user=mmateri]You're dealing with statistics that incorporate poor people and their access to healthcare. I don't care about those things. Healthcare isn't the same for the poor, or average person. If you can afford to spend the money on saving your life, you will have a better chance in the USA.[/quote]Then what exactly are you complaining about, if you're that butthurt by our healthcare, simply cross the border whenever you are sick? I assume you can afford it, by your tone.[/quote]Nah, he'll hide and be comforted by our "socialist" practices, then turn around and try to look like a big independent man that doesn't require government help.
Be very interesting to see him survive without all the subsidies he's receiving from the same government apparently "strangling" him.
Nah, he'll hide and be comforted by our "socialist" practices, then turn around and try to look like a big independent man that doesn't require government help.
British Columbia: Beer, wine and spirits are sold in provincially-owned and private liquor stores. Craft beer can be purchased at the brewery.
Alberta: Beer, wine and spirits are sold in privately-owned liquor stores.
Saskatchewan: Beer, wine and spirits are sold at provincially-owned liquor stores, rural franchises licensed by the government, and in three privately-owned stores. Beer, wine and spirits are also available at various “off sales” attached to bars and restaurants.
Manitoba: There is a mix of government-run and private wine and beer stores. Hotels are allowed to sell beer as licensed vendors, similar to “off sales.”
Quebec: Beer and wine are sold in grocery stores and corner stores. Wine, spirits and select beer are sold in government-run outlets.
Nova Scotia: Beer, wine and spirits are sold at provincially-owned liquor-store outlets. Some beer, wine and spirits are available at some private stores.
New Brunswick: Beer, wine and spirits are sold in provincially-owned liquor store outlets. A limited selection of wines is available at some grocery stores.
Prince Edward Island: Beer, wine and spirits are sold at provincially-owned liquor store outlets and a number of licensed agency stores.
Newfoundland and Labrador: Beer is available in various convenience stores. Liquor and beer are sold at provincially-owned liquor store outlets. Wine is only sold at provincially-owned liquor store outlets.You can't buy beer at a fucking supermarket like the rest of civilized society....except, oddly, Quebec. Therefore you are a bunch of faggots.