1. If he doesn’t like the US healthcare system, he should move back to Canada. Heck, I’d help pay for that.


    1. at the moment, I’d chip in. Suddenly, my daughter doesn’t want to see his movie. No, no, not at all daddy. What? A Justin Bieber movie? :(

  2. David A.

    This is the difference between the US and Canada: if an American celebrity comes up here and makes a criticism, we’re likely to tell him “You’re right.”

    When the opposite happens, Americans will cry out in a great chorus: “Well, if you don’t like it, clear off back to your own country!”

    Your crazy healthcare (or health-don’tcare) system may not be the “sum total” but it’s what you’re known for the whole world over.

    What we should all really be discussing, and applauding, are young Justin’s fine comments against abortion.


  3. Justin who?

    My problem with this “free” thing is the classic: “But where does it end?”

    I’m hungry. Give me free food now.

    I need new Nikes, now. Gimme.

    And so on.

    The idea that when it’s free you get what the giver feels like giving you (if anything at all) doesn’t seem to sink in to these folk.

    The benevolence of governments is not something history recommends you depend on.

  4. David A.

    It’s not free, taxpayers pay for it. *Charity* is when you get what the giver feels like giving you. A national healthcare system is the benevolence of taxpaying citizens, not governments.

    Personally I don’t mind paying taxes so that the elderly poor person across the street — or in the next block/city — can get a knee replacement operation. Would you?


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