When I lived in England, those who could afford to escape from government medicine by paying twice did so. I addition to their high taxes, they bought a private insurance that I remember rejoiced in the name BUPA. Things haven’t changed. I don’t know why I’m on the mailing list, but I just got this announcement in today’s email:
NHS Waiting Lists Soar by 50% in the Last Year !!
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We’re actually all familiar with this situation. Everyone pays for public schools. Thanks to unions, though, even the best public schools indoctrinate as much as they teach. The worst public schools are dangerous slums where children learn basic survival skills. Parents who want out, in addition to paying high taxes, also end up paying tuition for private schools. Poor parents, of course, are trapped, and beg for vouchers, which their elite Democrat masters deny them. (And yet they still vote Democrat. Go figure.)
Socialized anything is low-quality, crowded anything. Only the rich, who can afford to double pay, escape.Email This Post To A Friend
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