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Would any Aussie switch health care systems with the US - not on your nellie!

From the comments section of an article in the NYT entitled:

Health Care's Historic Moment

Reader Comment

"Changing the current U.S. system isn't really all that risky, because every other developed nation has already done it, successfully -- gotten rid of job lock, to the benefit of small businesses and employees; brought down the cost of health care; and provided cover for everyone. I now live in Australia, and I urge all Americans to take a look at the Aussie system. Is it perfect? No, nothing is. Are there people with gripes? Of course! But would any Australian swap with any American? As we say down under, not on your nellie. . . ." - Posted by Lisa, July 16, 1:14 a.m.

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