Aren't you proud, mouth, of your commitment to healthcare.
To put it in perspective, mouth, if you had invested your life savings of $100 (benefit of doubt) in Fresenius in January, 2012, it would be worth (including small dividends, if re-invested) less than $110. The same investment in the index fund would be worth (excluding dividends but subtracting the fund's small expense) more than $145.
So much for "monitoring the situation closely."
You are granite.
And Medicare was signed into law in 1965 by LBJ.
Nice try, mouth, proof that you are the rock.
BTW, claiming ownership in Fresenius discloses your lack of financial savvy. The stock was up 1.83% in 2012 and 2.63% YTD versus 15.82% and 28.93%, respectively, for the Vanguard 500 Index mutual fund. So, if you really do own any stock in that dog, you did not earn money that you would have earned by simply investing in an index fund! WTG!
You cannot compare Canada's healthcare system to that of the U.S. Canada like France is statistically irrelevant in the U.S. healthcare debate.
Maximouth also said
. . . . guess how many dialysis units, which you might need 3 times a week someday, are in the United States as compared to both Canada and France combined?
Can you guess who appears to be as logical as a rock?
Just for you, no truth, since your mommy won't look it up for you:
Night, sweety pie.
There you go again, no truth, making defenseless comments and resorting to name-calling, the retort of last resort. Knock yourself out with your feeble attempt-not-to-be-confused-with-a-punch.
You did not ask a question, no truth. And my response was to a post by soakya concerning false words. There was no implication of justification, as reasonably competent persons could easily comprehend. If you really want to study and attempt, at least, to understand, you could look up the definition of "deception." And, yes, you are very weak.
Yet again, no truth fails to land a weak counter jab.
Sadam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction - W.
As damning as the deceptions of the current administration may be, they have not led to the hundreds of thousands of lives destroyed and the in excess of a trillion dollars wasted as a result of the lies by the previous administration.
"Dems wrote the book on voter fraud."
Another no truth fantasy. But assuming the validity of the claim, repubs read, learned and acted:
jose jimenez - bill dana - alan shepard (the right stuff)