Labour Turns Away Women in Labor
One coldblooded bureaucrat pontificated that "It is difficult to predict precisely when a mother will go into labour and sometimes, at times of peak demand, maternity units do temporarily divert women to nearby facilities.
"When this does happen it is often only for a few hours and to ensure mother and baby can receive the best care possible."
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Mark Brady - 3/30/2008
but he is not proposing to implement a single-payer health-care system along the lines of the (British) National Health Service.
Please explain the relevance of your story, as corrected by Rod Long, for what Obama has to say.
Seriously, libertarians have to do better than this critique of socialized health care if they are to have any credibility on the issue.
Roderick T. Long - 3/30/2008
Four out of ten women in labor in Britain's maternity units are being turned away
Someone I forwarded this to points out to me that it's actually four out of ten maternity wards, not four out of ten women in labor.
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