While we would vigorously dispute that, it’s really not necessary to do so, as recent events just shore up our claim that the socialized medical scheme is, in fact, failing.
And what evidence can we provide? Well, thanks to co-blogger Bob V, here are just two examples that “free” ≠ “good.”
Case the First:
Wow, a 90% fail rate. Now that’s impressive.
But it gets better (for certain values of “better”). Let’s put a more personal face on it:
“A family has launched a desperate appeal to send their three-year-old son to America for cancer treatment. They are now attempting to raise enough money to travel to Cincinnati to get Charlie treatment that the NHS doesn’t provide.”
Thus proving that “free” = “what you pay for it.”