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Question by frogqueen: someone explain Canada’s healthcare system to me?
I’m curious and open to pros and cons

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Answer by Local Celebrity
Socialized medicine: waiting for hours on end to get into the Er, shi.tty doctors, and typical governmet problem of it being extremely inefficient.

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Question by Agnostic Cowboy: Military Spouses: How hard (and rewarding) is it being married to someone in the military?
What are the pros and cons? How hard is it for you during your spouse’s deployment? Would you recommend the lifestyle or is it one you feel would be too hard for most people? Thanks!

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Answer by Denise
I’m married to a marine and he is in the reserves but he still has to go away, for example tomrwo he is leaving to california for two weeks for training.before I met him I swore I would never marry someone who was in the military… Ha and look where I am now.. its hard he missed all of the holidays last year and I was also pregannt so he was gone my whole pregnancy..we got married last year in july and he left for training in october and he wasn’t really back home until april.. so hewas gone more for our first year then he was home…this year he already missed fathers day with us.. and he is missing the fourth of july.. and it may not be a big deal for other people but these are our first holidays as a family..with our 4 month old baby girl. The pros I guess would be u know you are always going to be safe. And you will be a very proud wife/sig other.

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Question by Lace: what legal actions can someone take if you hit them backing up but no cops were called & no insurance exchange
there were no cops called, no insurance information exchanged, no witnesses, accept the man’s wife (who is obviously partial.) you can only tell an accident happened by one of the car (front right headlight cracked and a scuff on the right of the bumper) the other had not even a scratch on it. phone numbers were exchanged but thats all. what legal action can the non-at fault party take? if any? isn’t it one person’s word against another?

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Answer by grandpa
Well the other person has a witness and you don’t and you are on an international sight telling the world that you hit them. They have the right to have their car fixed.

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Laney Bork is a farmer and store owner in western Wisconsin. Her family has to pay 600 a year for health insurance. One person has stepped up to fight for her and others facing the horrors of the health care crisis — state Senator Kathleen Vinehout. This film tells Laney’s story, and presents Sen. Vinehout while she was still campaigning, presening graphics and facts about the health care crisis, how to solve it, and describing the practices of the health insurance industry. A film by Bill Olson (WD Sherman Olson). Winner of an Achievement Award for Documentary from WAPC. Iconostar Productions
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Question by sound_of_the_silenced3: How can education and healthcare be rights when they violate the right of property of someone else?
How can something be a right if the means to provide for it has to be taken by force from someone else?

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Answer by Nick
Like the police and the military you mean.

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Question by : I cut off someone and they drove off, exchange insurance i had no insurance. Should I pay?
I cut off someone and they drove off the road. I pulled over everyone was ok. We exchange insurance and at that time I didnt have insurance. The police came and never made any report because there was no physical contact. I got a bill. Should I pay?

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Answer by Tia
Well, by the sounds you caused a minor accident. You are liable to pay the fine. If you don’t, it will haunt you – they won’t just write it off, they will chase you for it.

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Question by : I cut off someone and they drove off, exchange insurance i had no insurance. Should I pay?
I cut off someone and they drove off the road. I pulled over everyone was ok. We exchange insurance and at that time I didnt have insurance. The police came and never made any report because there was no physical contact. I got a bill. Should I pay?

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Answer by Tia
Well, by the sounds you caused a minor accident. You are liable to pay the fine. If you don’t, it will haunt you – they won’t just write it off, they will chase you for it.

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