foreign influence, should be investigated
Those from countries outside the USA trying to foist their socialist ideals in our social media should be investigated. Why do we allow foreigners to post their biased and subversive views? Why do we worry about Russia posting in social media and ignore people from other socialist countries such as Canada?
We should be investigating the why and how these people are allowed. Are they ignored because of the general reputation of Canadians as being polite, friendly people? Many are, but the radical Canadian socialist trying to influence Americans are more dangerous than Russians because they are viewed differently. But in truth, aren't they in many ways just a North American Russia.
Pot and kettle
That is like the pot calling the kettle black.
While you want to label Canada as socialist your dear leader wants to stop the capitalist supply management and replace it with what? your heavily subsidized, read socialist, dairy industry?
Re: Pot and kettle
We have health care for everybody, even illegal aliens get treated.
You socialist have won that at the expense of working people. Though with Trump more people are working. More jobs, more money.
Wow, what a country. I see Canadian unemployment is almost double American.
Re: Pot and kettle
I guess you can choose your words and claim you are correct BUT without insurance in your country you only get emergency care NOT HEALTH CARE.
So you might not want to read this if you want to keep 'just believing' your claim about health care in your country.
The number of Americans without healthcare insurance rose by 3.2 million people between 2016 and 2017, or 1.3 percentage points to 12.2 percent, according to a Gallup poll released on Tuesday, the biggest jump in the uninsured rate in nearly a decade.
The jump in uninsured followed a consistent decline between 2014 and 2016, the time period when much of Obamacare was being implemented, after peaking at 18 percent in 2013, Gallup said. With the repeal of the individual mandate and insurance premiums that are likely to continue rising, the uninsured rate will likely increase further in coming years, the pollster said.
The uninsured rate rose among all demographic groups in 2017, except those 65 and older, who qualify for Medicare, the government health insurance program for the elderly. But young adults, blacks, Hispanics and low-income Americans saw the biggest rise in the uninsured rate, Gallup found. Young and healthy consumers, in particular, are needed to help offset the costs of older, sicker and more expensive patients.
The overall jump in uninsured was the biggest since Gallup began the poll in 2008.