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February 21, 2006



Well how better to make your point about how bad universal health care is, than by picking the worst example.

But France isn't the only system that seems to be working better than the US system. Germany, Switzerland, Japan, even the Netherlands have better systems.

The major differences between all those systems and the US, is they all have universal enrollment policies.

Simply implementing a policy of universal enrollment in the US, would go a long way in solving many of the problems the US system is facing.


Marc I agree. Mandating insurance is a key thing that needs to happen soon here. I used France because it's a public/private hybrid, and that kind of model could work very well for the U.S.

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