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Guest Opinion: Is Universal Health Care What Jesus Had in Mind? Comments

Medical care is limited in supply. This is because facilities, equipment, personnel, and financial resources are all in short supply. The government cannot create any of these things out of thin air, although the Fed appears to be trying to do just that with the last item. Continue Reading

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  1. Robert
    2 years ago

    Dear Gerald,

    Please review Pope Benedict's Motus Propio.

    On a second note, maybe you think that Hitler was just misunderstood.

    Were Hitler, Mao, Stalin, improving healthcare for the desirables by eliminating the their version of the undesirables?

    There is such a thing as good violence.

    Once a child in the womb is not safe, all foundation is lost. Restore a respect for life and you can restore this once great nation.

  2. gerald
    2 years ago

    Numerous countries like Denmark, Germany, France, The United Kingdom, Norway, and Sweden have made unversal healthcare viable in their lands. Maybe the doctor knows if the foreign military actions the US has been involved in for 60 years is what Jesus had in mind?

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