Friday, January 22, 2010

Canadian Health System Terrified Ultra-Tough UFC Champ

Brock Lesnar, shown during his days as a pro wrestler, gets set to punch Bubba Ray Dudley in Edmonton in May 2002. On Wednesday, the UFC champ entered the political ring on U.S. health care reforms, taking some hard shots at Canadian health care.
Brock Lesnar, ultra-tough, fearless Ultimate Fighting Champion (yep, he's bigger than I, and I wouldn't want to piss him off), recently had the living daylights scared out of him by his encounter with Canada's fully-socialized health-care system, an encounter that couldn't help him, couldn't save his life, and saw his wife speeding him, at 100 MPH (that's miles per hour, not KM), to the nearest American hospital, where he could actually get prompt, timely, lifesaving treatment.

When a healthcare system scares the hell out of the toughest, most fearless folks on earth, you know that there's something dangerously wrong with fully-socialized, limited-budget, rationing-intensive health care systems (but I already know that, having seen firsthand its needless, unacceptable failure to save lives).

Canadian facility "Third World"; couldn't help him
"I love Canada," said Lesnar. "Some of the best people and best hunting in the world, but I wasn't in the right facility. They couldn't do nothing for me.

"It was like I was in a Third World country. I just looked at my wife and she saved my life and I had to get out of there." Lesnar's wife, former WWE wrestler Sable, took the six-foot-three, 285-pound giant away from the medical facility in "excruciating pain" and "drove 100 miles per hour" across the border to Bismarck, North Dakota.

The controversial champion, who calls himself a "conservative Republican," used his experience to launch a tirade against U.S. health-care reform efforts by President Barack Obama.

"The only reason I'm mentioning this, I'm mentioning it to the United States of America because President Obama is looking for health-care reform and I don't want it. ... I'm speaking on behalf of millions of Americans, the doctors of the United States don't want this to happen and neither do I."
Something that causes someone like Brock Lesnar to literally fear for his life like that... needs to be reexamined.  NOW.

And America must not copy the model.  Besides, who trusts the Obamacrats?  They're proven liars and they're grossly, cavalierly incompetent.  They don't have any idea what they're talking about, nor what they're doing.  Clearly, those who advise them on policy are either imbeciles or evil.

Thank goodness they now grudgingly accept that they can't pass the unwanted, feared, hated neo-Communistic "healthcare reform" bill, thanks to wise Americans who put a Republican into a Democratic Senate seat.

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