Sunday, October 24, 2004

Cdn Health Care on the Mark

I usually don’t post directly anything Mark Steyn’s written as I assume that if your reading me, your probably already are mouth breather but today’s Chicago Sun-Times column was too on the Mark not to post this:

One thousand Americans are killed in 18 months in Iraq, and it's a quagmire. One thousand Quebecers are killed by insufficient hand-washing in their filthy, decrepit health care system, and kindly progressive Americans can't wait to bring it south of the border. If one has to die for a cause, bringing liberty to the Middle East is a nobler venture and a better bet than government health care.


1 comment:

Greg said...

He says in the previous paragraph that Quebec's health system is inferior to Iraq's, so ya know he knows what he is talking about. My advice to Steyn is go to Iraq and get an operation, the next time the need arises. It would rid us of one more Canadian hating, American wanna be.