"When I covered Latin America for The Wall Street Journal, I'd visit hospitals, prisons and schools as barometers of public services in the country. Based on my Latin American scale, Queen's Square would rate somewhere in the middle. It certainly wasn't as bad as public hospitals in El Salvador, where patients often share beds. But it wasn't as nice as some of the hospitals I've seen in Buenos Aires or southern Brazil. And compared with virtually any hospital ward in the U.S., Queen's Square would fall short by a mile."Today Michelle Malkin has a post entitled "THE NIGHTMARE OF HILLARYCARE" where she includes a post about the tauted Canadian Health system. Good reading both.
Two cautionary tales:
-David HaLevi on the Canadian health care system's deadly consequences
- David Asman on the British health care system's shortcomings