Here’s what happens to simple blood tests under the universal healthcare system in Canada. You can wait two to three years–seriously–to get the blood test. Or you can pay $900 (on top of the taxes you already paid for universal healthcare) to get the blood test at a private clinic today. Ouch! Meanwhile, it costs about $10 to take your dog to the vet to get the same blood test without a long wait time. So yes, dogs are treated better than humans under the Canadian system. That’s because dogs, unlike people, get the benefits of competition and private markets. Anyone still excited about Obamacare?
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