Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Paying with time instead of money

The average wait to see a new family doctor in this country is just under three weeks. But in Boston, Mass.—which enacted a law under Gov. Mitt Romney that established near-universal coverage—the wait is about two months. This sucks, big time. And it's gonna get worse, fer sure.

5 comments:

Mr roT said...

Never one to let a man alone when he's down, just lie there, Tecs, here come yer kick.

Hey, Einstein, remember when you were lauding Rumpney to the stars?

Tecumseh said...

He made a mistake, but he got over it. As St Augustine said, humanum fuit errare, diabolicum est per animositatem in errore manere. Or, as Cicero said before that, Cuiusvis hominis est errare, nullius nisi insipientis in errore perseverare.

Mr roT said...

Perhaps you're right, but I think I smell a big, fat, commie rat and that Romney's pandering now that polls put Americans squarely opposed to Oboobwacare.

You sure we're not dealing with an insipiente.

Arelcao Akleos said...


Hey, just two months? Well, my waits of 4 months and 6 months have been well above average then. I'm feeling so fucking privileged.

Arelcao Akleos said...

But then these were to specialists. Nearer my Canada to thee.