What is the health care system really like in nations that experimented with government health care only to watch it devour the entire system? What are typical stories of patients needing life-saving tests and treatments in Canada, Britain, Australia, Sweden, New Zealand and elsewhere? What type of care that is easily available here will we we have to wait months for if the Feds take over? Why are liberal politicians so insistent on demanding a health care system that is proven to be a disaster everywhere it’s been tried? And is President Obama right when he says the status quo is far scarier than anything in the Democrats’ health reform bill?
You get these answers and a whole lot more in my interview with Amy Ridenour, president of the National Center for Public Policy Research. Ridenour is also co-author of ‘Shattered Lives: 100 Victims of Government Health Care’. The book is free you can download it right now at this link http://nationalcenter.org/shatteredlives.pdf
Listen to the interview here, read the book and tell us what you think.