|Date:||7/18/2017 8:33:09 PM|
|Subject:||RE: Hollow you just showed huge ignorance|
When I was in Korea, I had 6 surgeries, mostly on the same area (Staph infection in my upper intestine that could have killed me if spread). They put me under, cut me open, and nurses-bed for 2 days in the hospital in a private room with no one else.
Each time, the entire operations including the 2 night stay in the room costed me $400 USD.
In the USA, each of those operations would have cost $98,000 or so.
Why would I want to live in a place like that?
Seriously why? I don't get it. I cant wrap my ahead around how much the american government doesnt care about it's citizens.
Does the norwegian, swedish, and danish government care about its citizens? Yes, it's easily seen when you go there. There arent even homeless fucking people. And drugs are basically decriminalized so you'd think there would be more problems, but there are way less.
Does the parisian and canadian government(s) care about their citizens? Yes, obviously. I was a VISITOR in canada and they treated me for a very low cost at a great Tamil hospital I went to when I broke my ankle.
Does the American governemnt care about it's people? I don't know. Maybe. But I dont FEEL it. I feel threatened and harassed in that country. Everyone is legitimately depressed even in the best states in the nation, jobs are hard to get, and the health care is ATROCIOUS. And I love how Americans think doctors in America somehow diagnose and cure problems better than those in Asia. Don't even get me started on how many malpractices i've personally witnessed in America that have made almost no sense just because the doctors want to get -quantity- through, not quality.
University instructors and doctors (minus surgeons) should get paid the same.
I don't see what's so wrong with socialism.