If you guys think that expanding the State is gonna solve any of your problems come to the UK. We've had free health care for 60 odd years and yet we've got tens of thousands of people dying in hosptials, shit ain't good.there isn't necessarily a correlation between people dying in hospitals and free healthcare. did that percentage of people dying in hospitals occur all 60 years? what percentage of people who died in those hospitals used public healthcare vs private? compare those percentages with those of other countries?That doesn't mean we should follow. "Everyone else is doin it so it must be good right?" Your claim is more of a fallacy.
France, Italy, Spain, and Austria all rank within the top 10 healthcare systems of the world and they all have public healthcare options. the US is the only first world country without universal coverage. your claim is a fallacy
we have a poor healthcare system. im saying that the top-ranked countries in healthcare have all based their systems around a public option and without that option, they would not be where they are today because they would have a different system. this a fact, not a fallacy. if every person who was good at sports practiced, would you not practice to get better "just because everyone else is doing it?" you're providing no information to go off of and merely opinion.