Nevermind trying to find the logic in the Left’s inane rhetoric. Specifically, nevermind MSNBC contributor Jonathan Alter’s assertion that Americans (that is, only women) will magically perish when Mitt Romney takes the White House.
His argument is typical: “People will die in the United States if Obamacare is repealed. That is not an exaggeration, that is not crying fire, it is a simple fact. If you have preexisting conditions and you are thrown off of health insurance or if you get sick after you and your husband, spouse, loses the job, you are not going to do to the doctor as soon, your cancer of disease is not going to be caught as quickly and your odds of dying are much, much increased.”
These schlubs abandon all logic when making such absurd allegations. But, even more important, they abandon the thousands of hours of research that go into determining the success (or abject failure) of socialized healthcare systems.
Mr. Alter has obviously not studied the fatal wait times for medical care in Canada and in Great Britain. He wants to talk about death rates among women with cancer? It’s not uncommon for a critical patient suspected of cancer to have to wait months for a procedure as simple as an MRI. Not to mention, over 70 percent of their machines are outdated.
This man is ignorant, or he is blinded by his own idiotic rhetoric.