Sunday, September 27, 2009


This update focuses on health care.

Ann Coulter: Liberal Lies About Health Care
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Joe Wilson Edition Part 5

Thomas Sowell: Listening to a Liar Part II Fables for Adults

Jack Kenny: Healthcare Hirelings
Phyllis Schlafly: Who Lied?
Alex Newman: A Brief History of Government Immunizations
Ron Paul: Healthcare Reform is More Corporate Welfare
Thomas Eddlem: Obama's Healthcare Pitch to Congress
James Heiser: Gov't Guidelines Deny Care to Premature Baby
Vin Suprynowicz: Greeks Falling Out of Their Trojan Horse
James Edwards: Health 'Reform' Covers Illegal Aliens
Phyllis Schlafly: The Opportunity of a Century

See also: Sick in America with John Stossel


Matt said...

Are you imbeciles planning to link to this study regarding health care:

#1 on the list, Japan, has single-payer universal health care. Are any of you able to comprehend this information?

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Conservative First said...

Matt: If you are unable to communicate like a decent person, without gratuitious insults, your comments will be deleted.

That study is rubbish. The first thing it lists is life expectancy, which is obviously affected by a host of factors other than health care, including murder, car crashes, and lifestyles. in particular, if you control for murder and car crashes, America has the highest life expectancy in the world.

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Matt said...

Also, why not post a link to this highly conservative study which notes:

"Despite having the most costly health system in the world, the United States consistently underperforms on most dimensions of performance, relative to other countries. This report—an update to two earlier editions—includes data from surveys of patients, as well as information from primary care physicians about their medical practices and views of their countries' health systems. Compared with five other nations—Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, the United Kingdom—the U.S. health care system ranks last or next-to-last on five dimensions of a high performance health system: quality, access, efficiency, equity, and healthy lives. The U.S. is the only country in the study without universal health insurance coverage, partly accounting for its poor performance on access, equity, and health outcomes. The inclusion of physician survey data also shows the U.S. lagging in adoption of information technology and use of nurses to improve care coordination for the chronically ill."

Matt said...

Regarding my "gratuitious (sic) insults:" I would have predicted that a WMU Republican would be fully in favor of me constantly exercising my Constitutional Right to say anything. Otherwise, the Government will take it from me. Like guns? We need them at politically rallies or else the Government is going to take them from us!

Matt said...

The study you claim is rubbish ( includes at least 7 other factors. Can you account for these? Jesus.