But it's...."Free."

Sure, it's free, alright:

Or how about this:

But on Friday, the couple came to Great Falls after searching unsuccessfully for a Canadian hospital that would have room to host four premature babies.

"They phoned all across Canada," J.P. said of the doctors at home. "They phoned down here and Dr. Key said they had space."

Karen Jepp was the fifth Alberta woman transferred to Benefis this year because of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit shortages in Canada.

[Emphasis added]


Anonymous said...

Freedom to spend money on everything "except their own bodies...."

Ahhhh....the smell of social communist policies.

Heil Hill-bill-ary, comrade.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone really believe Canada would exist today if not next to the US, Eh?

Canada, socialism with a big strapping brother for a safety net.

Anonymous said...

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