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Health care costs _way_ more in the U.S. Why is that?

Posted by George J Janczyn on August 21, 2009

This OECD data chart is pretty revealing. [Revised to add: The data is from a 2007 report. A knowledgeable source tells me that the U.S. per capita expenditure is now around $8300.] As The Daily Howler observes: “People are happy with their current insurance for a fairly obvious reason: They don’t know how badly they’re being looted!”

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