10. Healthcare In America Is Already ‘The Best In The World’
Like anything that’s “the best,” the best health care in the world isn’t for everybody. The costs are prohibitively high, the access is prohibitively exclusive, and the resources are prohibitively scarce.
Prior to the healthcare bill, in the US, 49.4 million Americans don’t have health insurance and 22,000 die each year of treatable diseases. Furthermore, even if they survive a life-threatening condition, 800,000 Americans face bankruptcy every year due to their healthcare expenses. At the same time the finest care was reserved for congressmen.
Furthermore, the best-rated healthcare systems in the world have been deemed to be in France and Italy. The US is ranked as 36th
11. The Affordable Care Act Provides Free Health Care For Undocumented Immigrants
This piece of misinformation was promoted by South Carolina Rep. Joe Wilson, even after the president had told a joint…
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