|I'm not sure what your point is. I used Catholic Charities as an example because
I know they run, I don't know, tens? hundreds? of hospitals across the US. A lot
of it free or low-cost because they're a charity.
Are they everywhere? No,
but it would be easier if they only had to provide basic health
Obviously there are other charities that do that sort of thing.
Your example must have been organized by some group. Dollars to donuts it wasn't
the Federal government. Thousands of volunteers don't spontaneously appear in
one location, some group must have organized them, even if they may not
"officially" be a charity.
A question to ask yourself is, are the people
in your example going to have better access to even basic medical health care
now that we have Obamacare?
Is the Federal government going to start
setting up rural health care clinics under Obamacare? I don't think so, but
apparently they're going to penalize/tax them if they don't buy health
I'm not even sure what my point is, except that I don't think
it's equivalent when someone points to a country like Rwanda as having universal
health care as justification for implementing Obamacare.
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