<<Other nations that utilize such programs typically deny costly treatments to patients who are senior citizens, and McCaughey warns that would be the case in the United States, too.And we all know how unbiased World Net Daily is. The National Enquirer is probably more reliable. I think they were right once about 6 or 8 years ago. >> Oh, I don't know. My understanding is that pneumonia among the elderly is often allowed to run it's course and kill the elderly in Britain, while it's routinely treated aggresively in the United States, resulting in comparatively low numbers of deaths. Why spend a lot of money treating health conditions among the elderly when they are all going to die anyway? Isn't this the kind of cost containment we should expect in the United States once government gets national health care here and discovers how expensive it is? Seattle Pioneer
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