“Universal” Problems

While none of the proposals in Congress call for a “single-payer” (read:  universal) system, the threat of a “public” (read: government) option crowding out private insurance plans is a probable outcome. Given this, observing the progress (or lack thereof) of other socialized systems is important for Americans weighing the options in terms of health-care reform.

This mini-documentary highlights in an entertaining way the problems with the single-payer system in Canada:

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