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Old March 8th, 2015, 06:48 PM   #91
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No, your conclusion is nonsensical when compared to your objection to those factors being included when US outcomes are compared.
Oh, Jimmy comes up with his own "special" numbers whenever the facts don't fit his worldview, which is like all the time....
When Jimmy applies his "special numbers" (like Don't eat the paste special), Clinton didn't have a surplus, Bush created more jobs than Obama, and you are better off paying twice as much for medicine where you don't live as long....because with Jimmy's "special Numbers" longer life expectancy means you don't live as long.....
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Old March 8th, 2015, 07:55 PM   #92
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No, your conclusion is nonsensical when compared to your objection to those factors being included when US outcomes are compared.
No it is not. And many of the studies came from Canada because of their numbers were off as well.
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Old March 8th, 2015, 07:56 PM   #93
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Oh, Jimmy comes up with his own "special" numbers whenever the facts don't fit his worldview, which is like all the time....
When Jimmy applies his "special numbers" (like Don't eat the paste special), Clinton didn't have a surplus, Bush created more jobs than Obama, and you are better off paying twice as much for medicine where you don't live as long....because with Jimmy's "special Numbers" longer life expectancy means you don't live as long.....
Interesting considering you get caught in a lie with each post. It's a given that is you are posting, you are lying.

When was the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám translated into English?
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Old March 8th, 2015, 08:59 PM   #94
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Interesting considering you get caught in a lie with each post. It's a given that is you are posting, you are lying.

When was the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám translated into English?
More incoherent ramblings from our "special needs" boy.....have you made up some new numbers Jimmy? Do they show exactly what you believe?
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Old March 9th, 2015, 04:26 AM   #95
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It seems that I have a slight advantage over you as not only can this “twerp1” read, but I can also think, which seems to put you at a severe disadvantage. And your dependency on copy and paste jobs you cannot understand or vet along with your mysterious knowledge of only all things left and right in the U.S, and American idiomatic words and phrases and colloquial language usage.

The reason I posted what I did was because I can read and think. Your copy and paste is from the CDC, and the CDC gets its information from the OECD, which is about as biased as an entity can be. When all deaths from fatal injuries, smoking related deaths, and obesity related deaths are removed, the US jumps to the top because of the quality of healthcare. Another misrepresentation by the OECD is comparing the outcomes of socialized medicine to the US as a whole. Fortunately for the individual who can think, the US has four distinct forms of insurance: Medicaid, Medicaid, the VA, and private insurance. Outcomes are universally lower with government or socialized insurance than private insurance.
Unless you include the "self insured" with private insurance, and then it's third world numbers.
That's why Americans show an improvement in their health when they turn 65, they move from private to government insurance, and the improvement is measurable.
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Old March 9th, 2015, 08:38 AM   #96
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More incoherent ramblings from our "special needs" boy.....have you made up some new numbers Jimmy? Do they show exactly what you believe?
When was the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám translated into English?

Have you used the contacts I gave you to contact the Yale, Harvard, and Princeton fake economists to alert them they work for right-wing think tanks?

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Unless you include the "self insured" with private insurance, and then it's third world numbers.
That's why Americans show an improvement in their health when they turn 65, they move from private to government insurance, and the improvement is measurable.
Private insurance has better quality and efficiency than Medicare. Again you are fabricating.

When was the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám translated into English?

Have you used the contacts I gave you to contact the Yale, Harvard, and Princeton fake economists to alert them they work for right-wing think tanks?
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Old March 9th, 2015, 09:15 AM   #98
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Unless you include the "self insured" with private insurance, and then it's third world numbers.
That's why Americans show an improvement in their health when they turn 65, they move from private to government insurance, and the improvement is measurable.
Britain's much vaunted public medical system, accountable for 82% of all health care spending, according to the OECD, is in shambles.
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Old March 9th, 2015, 09:18 AM   #99
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More incoherent ramblings from our "special needs" boy.....have you made up some new numbers Jimmy? Do they show exactly what you believe?
Now a new report on 14 NHS trusts, released by government-appointed Prof. Sir Bruce Keogh this week, finds that neglect and "needless" deaths are pretty much a characteristic of the entire system.
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Old March 9th, 2015, 02:15 PM   #100
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Britain's much vaunted public medical system, accountable for 82% of all health care spending, according to the OECD, is in shambles.
And even "in shambles" 60% of Britons say it needs very little in the way of change.
In America, you would be hard pressed to find 30% who are happy with the system.
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