Liberals DESPERATE TO HIDE the Catastrophic Breakdown of Canadian GOVERNMENT RUN ‘FREE HEALTHCARE’ … THIS IS OUR FUTURE

IF YOU THINK THE GOAL OF A SINGLE PAYER, GOVERNMENT RUN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM IS TO GIVE EVERYONE THE BEST CARE AT THE BEST PRICE … YOU’RE GOING TO HAVE A BAD TIME
Oh, Canada! Our neighbor to the north is routinely touted by liberals as a health care paradise — but the reality is very different.

A scathing new report just revealed how much Canadians actually pay for their “free” health coverage, and revealed deep problems with the system that Democrats want to force onto Americans.

According to the nonpartisan Fraser Institute, many Americans falsely believe that Canadians pay nothing for health care visits. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

“Canadians often misunderstand the true cost of our public health care system,” the institute found in a detailed report. “This occurs partly because Canadians do not incur direct expenses for their use of health care, and partly because Canadians cannot readily determine the value of their contribution to public health care insurance.”

In other words, the system seems almost designed to hide costs from the people who pay them. Canadians end up paying through a complex web of taxes at both the national and local level.

“Out of sight, out of mind” might work in the short term, but you can’t conceal expenses forever.
“Services are being rationed,” he admitted. “In our last report on wait times in Canada, we discovered that the average wait time from referral to treatment was 20 weeks. That was the longest wait time in the history of our survey.”

It turns out that the socialist model doesn’t work so great in real life. Who knew?

A “typical Canadian family of four will pay $12,057 for health care in 2017—an increase of nearly 70 percent over the last 20 years,” explained The Daily Caller, which dug into the Fraser report.

Over a $1,000 per month is hardly “free,” and the costs keep increasing. So do the wait times — and people often forget that having coverage on paper is not the same as receiving timely care.

“For all those tax dollars, there is still a long waiting list for a host of operations, both routine and urgent. Another Fraser Institute study recently revealed that 63,000 Canadians left the country in 2016 to seek medical assistance elsewhere — usually the U.S.,” explained the Caller.

Bacchus Barua, a senior economist at the institute, revealed that wait times for many medical procedures were approaching half a year.

“Services are being rationed,” he admitted. “In our last report on wait times in Canada, we discovered that the average wait time from referral to treatment was 20 weeks. That was the longest wait time in the history of our survey.”

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