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    • Boy do I love waiting 10 hours for my free doctors appointment.
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    • I swear I will delete your stupid ass porn comments cause Y'all need to chill
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    • For all of yall talking about emergency situations. Access to care also deals with cost. If a drug or treatment is too expensive, patients tend to forgo care altogether. Get your heads out of the clouds, our healthcare system has many flaws too. High cost, low quality, and low access to care.
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    • We also have rights tho. Like yes we need a MAJOR overhall to healthcare but Atleast we don’t have a government that can arrest us because they disagree with our tweets or can assume our guilt in court
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    • Best part is we pay for them in our property taxes also
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    • How is it these countries think that health SERVICES are a right, but they’re cool with not having freedom of speech? Bitch can’t even express a non-state sponsored opinion 🤦🏼‍♂️
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    • 12,000 in Alaska
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    • I’m so confused I’ve never been billed for an ambulance even when I didn’t have insurance where is all this going on
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    • Imagine having to pay for everyone else's bills in the form of taxes similar to Canada's 13% sales tax then getting taxed for the tax just so that you have to wait weeks for that cancer treatment. On the contrary, America, pay the privately owned hospital some money for the quickly provided service
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    • And we don’t have fucked taxes. Imagine paying for everyone’s ambulance
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    • Can you imagine they have a bracket for “advanced life support” and “basic life support”? We get fucked all the way around in America.
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    • Saving your life isn’t free also that’s what health care is for
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    • the crew working on you doesn’t even see half that money, welcome to EMS
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    • If you’re not paying for it, then who is?
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    • I’ve grown up with Indian health care. Having real insurance now is mind blowing. Like I thought every hospital had a dentist clinic in it?? Same day appointments don’t take all day.... just wow
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    • Try 5 thousand 😂😂😂
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    • The perfect example of free health care in the US is the VA. It's free for veterans but it does fuck all to help them because there is no competition in medicine. Veterans get shit tier care from the VA. Where as if a veteran goes to a private practice, he gets tier 1 service.
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    • You’re only charged if you get into the ambulance , if they show up and provide care & you’re good it’s free
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    • My European uncle died from a hernia. A fucking hernia. He sat on the waiting list for too long, it became inoperable, then infected, and killed him. My dad has had two successful hernia surgeries, one he was back to work the same day.
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    • Imagine believing that we have superior healthcare. I guess that’s why not a single other developed country has what we have yeah?
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    • Americans would rather make up shit up about “ohh it’s a 10 hour wait in other countries” than solving their fucked up system
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    • I love capitalism lol
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    • Boy do I love waiting 10 hours for my flight to get here @AmericanAirlines
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    • When you complain about arriving alive thanks to competent EMRS, advanced technology, and modern medicine because there's a bill attached, which is helped through insurance.
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    • Glad we have health insurance..
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    • My workplace literally won't let me call the ambulance if someone gets injured in our store because of this. That workplace is Salvation Army, btw.
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    • Haha they think its only $2000
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    • Yeah and if you need emergency attention you get it ASAP too. Not within the next 2 to 365 business days.
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    • Supply and demand. You dont expect mechanics to learn how to work on your piece of shit hyundai and charge you peanuts. Why do we expect the same from medical staff? They go through extensive schooling, spend thousand of dollars and hours of learning just for you bitches to say do your work for free
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    • 8k
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    • 25,000 if you need helicopter
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    • Ambulance drove my wife 2 blocks no lights 3200 dollars..
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    • Yeah.... Our Heath care sucks ass.
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    • Fucking government
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    • Our healthcare system has a lot of room for improvement, but fact is more people here in general still manage to gain access to healthcare than in countries that have socialist or "free" healthcare, where not everyone even gets to see a doctor, nor even get treatment sometimes.
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    • It’s not like the people driving an ambulance are unskilled workers like an Uber driver where all you really need is a valid driver’s license. The people in an ambulance have to be prepared for the worst, and they can be called while off duty
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    • Oh you mean you actually pay people for a service that saves your life? Oh dear, how awful
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    • I'll just pull up in an uber
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    • ...wait...what??? I have lived here all my life and i didnt even know that wtf
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    • Pssst.... it's called insurance....
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    • Yeah, that's why when I got into a car accident and had to get glass removed from my scalp I had a friend drive me instead of taking an ambulance. It was bad but it wasnt 2000 dollars bad.
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    • When you pay 2,000 but they actually show up quickly... instead of being told there’s a line for the ambulance..... 🙄
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    • An ambulance ride is considered a "luxury" in economic views because there are a lot of people who call ambulances and don't need medical attention on the road. They just want a quick ride to the hospital.
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    • Oh its... Yeah I remember now... Cost of fucking SERVICES
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    • ...Because nothing is better than watching half of your paycheck getting stolen by the government. That, and always having a lame job because your employer gets taxed to blazes. But yeah, at least that ride in an ambulance is "free".
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    • Do you expect the paramedics to do their job for free?? No. Anything that comes at the cost of others is not a human right.
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    • At least I don’t have to worry about not being able to carry a pocket knife around because you could cut someone with it, and I don’t have to give 50% or more of my paycheck to the government.... and I don’t have to worry about being put it jail for enacting on my freedom of speech.
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    • That's way everyone (for the most part) has health insurance
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    • I dont have health insurance. Although I would love some free health insurance, someone needs to pay for it. Free college isnt possible, because someone has to pay for it. The question is who is going to, and what way will be the fairest?
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    • If you dont have insurance...
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    • Look at everyone in the comments suddenly becoming experts on the economy.
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    • Get cheap insurance that costs $20 a month. They will pay for basic things like that.
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    • It’s almost like shits not free.
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    • No such thing as a free lunch.
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    • Try 5,000 if a main ambulance can’t get you and a private ambulance picks you up. Been there. Done that.
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    • In reverse: wtf is up with public bathrooms being paid in Europe, like what if you don't have your wallet and you need to pee, guess you'll just piss yourself?
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    • You also have to pay for fire trucks in most places. So if your house burns down... guess what? You have to pay the fire department.
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    • Free healthcare isn’t free, it’s just taxed differently than America, just for the fact that they can call it “free”
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    • at least we don’t wait until our bones heal just to get a prescription
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    • People in other countries don't understand finance... Which is why many countries economies are far weaker than us. Everyone everywhere pays for everything, it's just a matter of how.
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    • Once got a bill for zero dollars from an ambulance service. Even after hit an EMT (and a cop), I got tasered twice l, wrapped in a blanket like a burrito and yeeted into the back. At least that's what I was told. Yeah do drugs but just not those drugs.
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    • Wait, Eurofags have to take HALF THEIR PAYCHECK AND GIVE IT TO THE GOVERNMENT LMAO
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    • It helps people stop calling for subbing their toes
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    • NOTHING IS FREE SOMEBODY DOWN THE LINE IS PAYING FOR IT YOU DUMB FUCKERS SHUT YO "HURR DURR FREE BLAH IS A HUMAN RIGHT" ASS UP
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    • Shit, $2,000??? What state are you getting these discounted rides in?
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    • Yeah but in a lot of other countries ambulance don't have the right of way on the road. Like cars don't have to stop for them so the ambulance can take hours to get to a location in extreme cases
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    • An ambulance is $2k lol? Rip
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    • 2000 for an ambulance. 99% Covered by insurance and you get the best medical care in the world. Or, OR, you could go to Europe, have a continental financial crisis, 10 hour wait, and horrible quality of healthcare...
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    • It’s like $200 in Illinois
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    • Atleast we got 1/7th the mortality rate of places like england
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    • Leave me be than take me in an ambulance. I'll walk off a gunshot
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    • Call an Uber.
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    • Oh no, paying for expensive healthcare that is more effective and efficient than any other country. Jesus im 16 and i understand the fucking nuances than just "but i want free stuff."
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    • Have you heard the hundreds of cases of ambulences not showing up to emergencies in thses countries lol
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    • Don't like it, live elsewhere.
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    • It's 5,000dude
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    • I cannot afford health insurance so the moment something bad happens I deal with it myself. Like when I cut my hand open I just supe glued it shut because I dont have thousands of dollars to get stitches.
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    • Welcome to the United States
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    • Me:*cancel request for political asylum *
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    • “What! You have to pay for services that are expensive? Who came up with this system of compensation for drivers, operators, designers, and builders!? I want to speak to their manager!”
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    • I waited 7 hours for 10 minutes worth of shitty dental care all in the name of free healthcare. How about you teach young people to strive greatly in life to be able to afford care. Boom, problem solved
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    • Helicopters like 10-40 k...
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    • America the country of freedom*
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    • That's the price you pay for having a government that doesnt have a say in everything you do
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    • Nah now we just call an Uber
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    • The rich aka affluent people need to understand life in America isn’t as great as they think it is especially for those with many more hurdles to overcome mostly the poor and minorities
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    • Listen the US ain’t all that bad but we ignore the needs and realities of the poor and needy in our countrymen don’t do enough to make them stable, but yes the freeloaders aren’t doing much good either
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    • Because in America if ambulances were free people would call one for a head stomach ache.
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    • Look- in anywhere BUT America, if you wanna see a doctor immediately you gotta be bleeding out. Have a knife up your ass. Those are REAL emergencies anything else can wait
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    • At least I only pay 25% taxes instead of Sweden's 78%
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    • That’s why I drive my dying ass to the hospital and have the nurse bitch at me “you could’ve killed someone”.
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    • Then they pull the plug on your life support so they can harvest your organs early
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    • Honestly, it’s better than “free healthcare” sub par service. And the Gov taking 50-60 % of your earning
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    • Now show the reaction of non American when they find out their free healthcare sucks and the country is bankrupt because of it
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    • Hospitals don’t gaf about you. It’s just a business.
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    • Yup been in three
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    • Lol Europeans and Canadians love to talk shit about US healthcare, and praise theirs. Until they actually have to use their healthcare and find out its absolute shit compared to the US
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    • I envy waiting two days with hemorrhaging three-inch gash in my arm to get butterfly stitches and a handful of oxycodone. It's not like it's the insurance companies who are the greedy assholes. No, it's the doctors who deserve to get paid, and the high resource demand of state-of-the-art hospitals.
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    • Yeah but you don't actually have to pay for it
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    • Just take an Uber
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