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User avatar #1 - XanonX (07/02/2012) [-]
with that bulge i think she is more of a man than me
User avatar #176 to #1 - jaredsaurus (07/03/2012) [-]
Probably against pubic healthcare too.
#2 to #1 - simonrivero (07/02/2012) [-]
Google F. U. P. A.
#455 to #2 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
I prefer the term 'gunt'. Cross between gut and cunt. Sounds dirty and disturbing, just like fat people.
#262 - admiralkevlinsky (07/03/2012) [-]
MFW Im Swedish and do not have a single clue of what you guys are talking about.
#263 to #262 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
im pretty sure its because 50% of americans are against Medicare

Medicare is like hospital coverage for EVERONE. Like in Aus or Uk
User avatar #283 to #263 - SniperKitty (07/03/2012) [-]
It's actually the individual mandate they don't like.... the one that makes you responsible for your own self. They LIKE everything else, they just want it handed to them on a silver platter.... only about 17% of Americans want healthcare BACK the way it was before all the Obamacare stuff..
#270 to #262 - bitchplzzz (07/03/2012) [-]
**bitchplzzz rolled a random image posted in comment #19 at super hero costumes ** MfW I feel more american than European even though i was born in EU
#450 - goingtopuke ONLINE (07/03/2012) [-]
So when the **** did the funnyjunk become a website for just political bull ********
#459 to #450 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
That's what I keep saying.
#182 - slobban (07/03/2012) [-]
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#143 - yourmomsfuckbuddy (07/03/2012) [-]
look at that bulge
look at that bulge
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User avatar #9 - jokersaysamuseme (07/02/2012) [-]
I might be missing some info, but why are people against public healthcare exactly?
User avatar #21 to #9 - herecomesjohnny (07/02/2012) [-]
because france and U.K are sooooooo communistic, heh
User avatar #214 to #9 - glasgowrangers (07/03/2012) [-]
well because people believe that it could lead to disaster.

In Britain, our health care is on the brink of collapse. You can only spend money that you can afford. Maybe if they came home from Afghanistan they could afford it....

Also, you still have to buy it from the American government and could get fined 2.5% of your income if you don't.

The problem is never with the first act, but always with what the government then goes to try and push through. Will they tell you which car to buy next and make you buy it off of them, or houses? Anything run by government gives you a lack of choice and freedom.

Public health care is only good if you have complete trust in your government, if not it could prove dangerous
User avatar #482 to #9 - furyofthestorm (07/03/2012) [-]
User avatar #430 to #9 - siridontcare (07/03/2012) [-]
because the money has to come from somewhere and I... as heartless as this is... am pro natural selection. meaning if your too poor or too stupid to buy healthcare then why should I pay for it when your not really benefiting society and before "well if you where poor" I am pretty poor but the need for insurance means I just need to work that much harder.
#52 to #9 - arnoldbusk (07/03/2012) [-]
It's this simple:

Rich people are brainwashing stupid idiots, using religion as a tool, to make them vote in their interest.
User avatar #146 to #9 - commiecomrade (07/03/2012) [-]
One side of the argument is that healthcare is like playing the lottery. You're betting your insurance that you will need more medical help than you are paying them. If you have a $5,000 plan, you'd better have a more than $5,000 for it to be an advantage. Most people don't do that, so some find it unnecessary and can pay for themselves. Forcing everyone to pay is, in some people's minds, not right.
User avatar #10 to #9 - girlygirlygirl (07/02/2012) [-]
Americans are are scared of socialism...*shrugs* they love the free education though...:/
I'm from the South...all we hear down here is how Obama is an illegal Muslim president...
#11 to #10 - harasai (07/02/2012) [-]
communism really scared the **** out of you guys
User avatar #12 to #11 - girlygirlygirl (07/02/2012) [-]
Everything scares the **** outta idiots...I feel like we have very smart people and very stupid people...very few in between
#16 to #12 - jeeptrails (07/02/2012) [-]
So let me guess. Smart people want communism? LOL
User avatar #17 to #16 - girlygirlygirl (07/02/2012) [-]
Didn't say that at all... I was simply saying that Americans tend to fear alot of things that they do not understand. Neither I nor harasai said communism was a good idea. He simply stated that Americans feared it...which caused the Red Scare.
#18 to #17 - jeeptrails (07/02/2012) [-]
It should be feared, it ruins countries.
#23 to #18 - Xepheros (07/02/2012) [-]
Pro-tip, look up Sweden before talking **** about socialism. One of the most peaceful countries in the world, as well as one of the best health care systems in the world - and it's public.
User avatar #37 to #23 - daburger (07/03/2012) [-]
Yes, but look up the population of Sweden and look at the two economies. The U.S. is waaaaay bigger than Sweden and has a different economy that relies on different things. Just because something works somewhere doesn't mean it'll work somewhere else. Not talking **** , just saying.
#229 to #37 - Xepheros (07/03/2012) [-]
Oh I know that. That's precisely why I'm against globalism. My comment was directed at the morons that seem to think it "ruins countries" and "doesn't work". I believe that it would work in the US too if each state became autonomous and decided to implement it on the state level. It would probably not work on the federal level though.
User avatar #386 to #229 - daburger (07/03/2012) [-]
Oh I totally agree. Look at Massachusetts, the Republican candidate for President this year made socialized healthcare in that state when he was governor and it completely works. Federal programs suck (ex. TSA, EPA, IRA).
User avatar #336 to #23 - Fgner (07/03/2012) [-]
I'm fine with socialism, if it weren't for it being the U.S. I've lived here all my life and I know what I'm saying when I say:
If we had a socialist economy, nothing would ever get done, ever. Everyone would be lazy asses and lay around on the computer all day. Americans (I'm sorry but it's true 90% of the time) are spoiled little bitches when it comes to self-motivation, initiative, and doing what's right.

Sweden is badass though, I've got to say that. And I love your prison system, brilliant work.
User avatar #20 to #18 - harasai (07/02/2012) [-]
not really the ussr was feared because it was a great nation
it did however have great problems with personal freedom

and stalin pretty much ****** it up from the start
User avatar #19 to #18 - girlygirlygirl (07/02/2012) [-]
Never said it didn't...never said it did
User avatar #24 to #18 - jokersaysamuseme (07/02/2012) [-]
Alright, I'm not very familiar with communism myself. So, do the research, present your evidence and I will happily accept your statement that communism ruins countries. I am not saying it does or it doesn't, I hardly know anything about it.
User avatar #338 to #18 - Fgner (07/03/2012) [-]
Democracy and republic ruins countries actually. Look up the history of our governmental system, all the countries fall in a few hundred years from the horrendous system. Easily corrupted, easily toppled, and dies with the morality of the people.
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#47 to #11 - lackofcareingerer (07/03/2012) [-]
why would it scare the **** out of us? look how well it turned out for Russia!
User avatar #278 to #47 - clubsandwich (07/03/2012) [-]
Very true. Communism and Socialism work on paper, but when implemented on a large scale, it doesn't work.
#512 to #278 - lackofcareingerer (07/04/2012) [-]
socialism works just fine in my opinion, look at Holland. But i dont think it would work in america. Socialism is much more for small countries.
#14 to #11 - jeeptrails (07/02/2012) [-]
Because it's ******* terrible.
#70 to #10 - Peirs (07/03/2012) [-]
Uhhhhh That's not it at all. Americans will be forced to pay a monthly fee exceeding $2,500 a year PER person in order to have healthcare and if the person doesn't pay the money then they will be fined for not doing so. Also seeing as how it will make becoming a doctor much less rewarding, put many insurance companies and insurance brokers out of the job (PERFECT for us being in the worst recession since the Great Depression right?), put our country in debt even more and it will make the hospital like waiting in line at the DMV. Now I'd be all for free healthcare if we as a country was well off financially and if it truly was free, but i don't see that ever happening in America. We jumped on the bandwagon too late making it a horrible mistake.
User avatar #76 to #70 - girlygirlygirl (07/03/2012) [-]
Actually,only if a family can afford a plan but do not do they get a that even proper English? I did not say I supported the Presidents plan 100%...BUT it stopped insurance companies from denying coverage for pre-existing conditions and help me keep my insurance until I'm is perfect? No...but has it helped alot of people?Yes.

Btw nice Workoholics pic...prob the best show on right now
#80 to #76 - Peirs (07/03/2012) [-]
Good counter arguments! I do agree with them not being able to deny people with pre-existing conditions but i still think that the whole being forced to pay thing is out of line. And the whole countries situation period actually. I just want to move to Norway sometimes. And yes, Workaholics is the shiznit.
User avatar #88 to #80 - girlygirlygirl (07/03/2012) [-]
Well, I agree with you shouldn't be FORCED to have insurance...I just want it to be affordable...The reason health care is so damn expensive is because so many people run away from we are paying for it. Like I bill will ever make everyone happy...there will be people who love it and people who don't. C'est la vie
User avatar #82 to #80 - Peirs (07/03/2012) [-]
country's* -_-
User avatar #345 to #76 - Fgner (07/03/2012) [-]
My problem is, a 30 year old guy with perfect health, never done a single thing wrong health-wise in his life who works out everyday is now FORCED to buy something he doesn't need AND pay for it for a few fatasses who are too lazy to even get a job.

Next thing you know they'll FORCE us to buy certain brands. Did you know that they considered cell phones a required asset that people that need financial benefits NEED to have. So they're buying people phones with tax payer money who shouldn't have them. While giving out food stamps for their lobster meals.

P.S. Find it hilarious that they pride themselves on giving out SOOOO many food stamps, then say don't feed the wildlife because it'll make them Dependant and lazy.
#319 to #70 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
Doctors should be doctors for helping the most people not for the money
User avatar #349 to #319 - Fgner (07/03/2012) [-]
...Yeah, says the guy that has NO clue what he's talking about. Doctors have 8 years of med school to pay for. Doctors also have one of the most stressful jobs (you know, where if they **** up people DIE) and rigorous work schedules. Doctors are worked like dogs for not near enough money, quit being a dick to the guys that might save your life one day.
User avatar #118 to #70 - inbeforeherpes (07/03/2012) [-]
All your points are fair except "Also seeing as how it will make becoming a doctor much less rewarding". Doctors in the US make too much money in my opinion. I'm not saying that they should get payed 40 thousand dollars a year but most of them are in the 1 million+. I respect doctors who do not care about earning as much, like doctors from other countries. That's my opinion though.
User avatar #353 to #118 - Fgner (07/03/2012) [-]
Most doctors do NOT make that much money. The average doctor gets paid 150k a year. General surgeons and anesthesiologists (the latter is NOT right, they barely do ANYTHING) make around 225k a year. They also have 8 years of med school to pay off as well though, with 4 years less work than people with bachelors, while being worked to the bone in a job where if you make a mistake people die (and their blood is on their hands).

Just something to consider - almost all doctors go into the profession to help, not make money.
#123 to #118 - Peirs (07/03/2012) [-]
To each his own. But when you take into consideration the many years of medical school and the thousands of dollars it takes to graduate (if you don't have a scholarship) if they were paid as much as someone who went to school for half the time it seems unfair, no? Pic unrelated.
User avatar #145 to #123 - inbeforeherpes (07/03/2012) [-]
That's why they should also lower the cost of medical school. Think about it, keep the same requirements for entering medical school, so no stupid people can get it but if you lower the cost, people who are smart enough but cannot pay for it could be doctors. I just honestly don't see why doctors have to get paid so much, it's not like lawyers stop studying, even scientists have to study all their lives, just like doctors, yet they probably make like 1/10th of what a doctor does. But yeah, to each their own, like I said, I'm not saying they should get payed $40k, but million/s? I don't know...
User avatar #356 to #145 - Fgner (07/03/2012) [-]
Doctors can't learn as they go like scientists or lawyers, they NEED to KNOW everything about the body from the start of their career. Otherwise, people die. Learning as they go isn't an option, thus they learn everything from the very start and have 8 years of med school. And there are reasons med school is so expensive, although I agree all college is way out of line price-wise. I can find all the information a professor can give me online, all they do is organize it, slap a label on, give me some tests, then hand me a piece of paper that says I know what they want me to know.
User avatar #507 to #356 - inbeforeherpes (07/03/2012) [-]
That's not true, Doctors don't learn in an instant, they learn as they go, just like scientists and lawyers, etc. That's why they first become interns and work smaller roles in medicine, little by little they start acquiring knowledge and then they can do the harder, more dangerous work. I've been to doctors that take out a book in front of me to see what I could possibly have and what to prescribe. What bothers me though is the fact that every other profession that related to medicine does not get enough praise and money like doctors. When I was younger I thought doctors did everything and knew everything but honestly they are nothing without the nurses or the lab technicians and such. The people in the lab even know how to read results but they aren't allowed to tell you, instead you have to fo back to the doctor and pay the visit a second time, just because they have to read something that other people read. Are you a med student? Most med students I've met still think that all doctors do things because the want to help and they don't care about the money. I'm not saying doctors don't want to help but a lot of them do do it for the money (and to help too).
User avatar #508 to #507 - Fgner (07/03/2012) [-]
1) Interns are not paid, and they don't ever do things on their own. They need their higher ups authority to do ANYTHING at all. There's a reason.
2) Your doctors are idiots then. I've never once had a doctor that didn't diagnose on the spot. Even when my sister was diagnosed with Eler's Danlose Syndrome, which is extremely rare, they could identify it dynamically. And this doctor was relatively young. The only time I've ever heard or seen a doctor pull out a book was when studying, preparing, or when the symptoms indicate too many possibilities to make an educated guess.
3) I've worked and studied biomed, I've seen a lot of doctors, I've seen bad ones, I've seen good ones, but every competent doctor did not need to pull out a book in front of a patient. In fact, a lot of employers will fire you for that because it makes the patient feel doubt about the knowledge of the doctor and feel less safe and possibly switch doctors for it.
4) No, I'm well aware some of them do it for money, but I'm much more qualified than you to say: "The majority of doctors become so to help. If they EVER (which they rarely do) start working for the money, it's long after they started."
User avatar #513 to #508 - inbeforeherpes (07/04/2012) [-]
1) I never said interns are not paid, my point was that doctors do not learn instantly, that's why they become interns and work their way up until they become great doctors, just like scientists, lawyers, etc.
2) The doctors I'm talking about have their own office, so they answer to no one.
3) I never said all doctors pulled out a book, what I'm trying to say is that doctors are not perfect, some pull a book, others need tests to know, they won't know on the spot (usually), and they need to help of lab technicians and nurses, it's not by themselves (not all the time though)
4) Why are you more qualified? did I tell you what I studied? you never answered my question, you want to become a doctor don't you? usually people who do speak so well of doctors. I never once said being a doctor is bad but they get payed too well in my opinion. Only those doctors who perform surgeries on people should get paid top dollars, if not then you shouldn't be getting $160k+
#74 to #70 - Peirs (07/03/2012) [-]
And for the people saying "Hur Dur we wid become COMMERNISHS" are ignorant fools. You make us Conservatives look like baboons. I swear it seems like only the idiotic Conservatives/Liberals speak their minds. Why can't we have an intellectual conversation about politics? I have open ears to anyone who posts their intelligent opinions on the matter. Otherwise refer to the picture.
#260 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
User avatar #454 to #260 - starvaggi (07/03/2012) [-]
Apparently they had hair straighteners back then...
User avatar #456 to #260 - dbrak (07/03/2012) [-]
sorry, can't hear you from THE MOON

are we still allowed to use that?
#58 - keiishiyama (07/03/2012) [-]
Yes, because in a melting pot/salad bowl society of infinitely diverse races, cultures, and opinions, one extremely conservative person's 100% accurately portray the views held by 311 million people in the country.

No, it makes absolutely perfect sense.

User avatar #188 to #58 - cstyle (07/03/2012) [-]
How is this any different from the stereotypical jokes we make about Asians, Russians, women etc. etc. all the time?
User avatar #189 to #188 - keiishiyama (07/03/2012) [-]
Because this sort of **** is done so frequently with Americans it almost seems like people are starting to believe it.
#112 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
Except the majority of Americans support Abortion rights whereas the majority is against Obamacare.
Hey guys reality check, Obamacare IS NOT universal healthcare. There are many, many other attributes to it. There are many things about it that Americans don't like for multiple reasons. If you haven't read the bill then please STFU, especially you non-Americans
For ***** sakes guys it's so retarded to see people from other countries try to act like they know what's going on in America that is so ignorant it makes me wonder who the true idiots of the world are
User avatar #405 - raidertrolls (07/03/2012) [-]
It seems lately Funnyjunk has been more like Politics Junk or Religion Junk, where is the funny?
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User avatar #410 to #405 - Sethorein ONLINE (07/03/2012) [-]
it's because the horny lonely 12 year olds that frequent this site like to think they're great political philosophers because they heard their dad talking to one of his friends that one time and totally know the name of like... 8 political figures, 2 of which who aren't presidents!
#272 - notsureiffunnyorjk (07/03/2012) [-]
Yep. Us Americans are obese, dense, horrid 			*************		.    
Yep. Us Americans are obese, dense, horrid ************* .
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User avatar #183 - veryevilmen ONLINE (07/03/2012) [-]
To all those who say "well we have it in our country and it has been awesome!" Remember your plan wasn't designed by the US congress
#172 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
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User avatar #129 - jellybob (07/03/2012) [-]
so far the comments are either Political debates, canadian, or people trying to identify that strange contusion around that womans crotch...seriously what the **** is that thing
#157 to #129 - anon (07/03/2012) [-]
a pad, obviously she is on her period
#132 to #129 - head (07/03/2012) [-]
My thoughts exactly.

She's got like a monster chode or something.
#4 - pineapplepeople (07/02/2012) [-]
Please stop grouping me in with these people.
#6 to #4 - Hightower (07/02/2012) [-]
Me as well.
User avatar #5 to #4 - cupotruth (07/02/2012) [-]
Same here.
#49 to #5 - koalafication (07/03/2012) [-]
Hold on let me get your names down....
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