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That "panacea' of socialized medicine in Australia creating'equality' in universal health service? Damning statistics of aboriginalpeople say NO! "Universal care' doesn't work there either



 
 
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Old December 4th, 2012, 09:47 PM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,aus.politics,alt.health,rec.travel.europe
PJ o'D
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Default That "panacea' of socialized medicine in Australia creating'equality' in universal health service? Damning statistics of aboriginalpeople say NO! "Universal care' doesn't work there either

On Dec 4, 4:00*pm, "simon calder"
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Dog eat dog society .... what these merkins havn't quite worked out yet is
that EVERYONE can't be rich, everyone can't be a boss, everyone cannot own a
business, everyone cannot succeed...but they havn't worked that out....just
yet.



;Many "mericans" like it that way, Calder, We know we won't all be
rich,be boss,own a business but we know many do on their own and we
like it that way because maybe we can do it too.

If you and your Your--A-Peon brethren don;t like that about many of
us 'mericans' Calder, I suggest you just lump it
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Old December 4th, 2012, 11:26 PM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,aus.politics,alt.health,rec.travel.europe
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Default That "panacea' of socialized medicine in Australia creating 'equality' in universal health service? Damning statistics of aboriginal people say NO! "Universal care' doesn't work there either


"PJ O'D" wrote in message
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On Dec 4, 4:00 pm, "simon calder"
wrote:

Dog eat dog society .... what these merkins havn't quite worked out yet is
that EVERYONE can't be rich, everyone can't be a boss, everyone cannot own
a
business, everyone cannot succeed...but they havn't worked that
out....just
yet.



;Many "mericans" like it that way, Calder, We know we won't all be
rich,be boss,own a business but we know many do on their own and we
like it that way because maybe we can do it too.

If you and your Your--A-Peon brethren don;t like that about many of
us 'mericans' Calder, I suggest you just lump it

========================================

most of the rest of the world can do it as well. Your point is?

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Old December 5th, 2012, 08:43 AM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,aus.politics,alt.health,rec.travel.europe
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Default That "panacea' of socialized medicine in Australia creating'equality' in universal health service? Damning statistics of aboriginalpeople say NO! "Universal care' doesn't work there either

On 4/12/12 22:29, in article
, "dechucka"
wrote:

Our overall life expectancy figures are skewed dramatically downward
byour t larger composition of African American males with
comparatively very low life expectancies particularly in our inner
cities where they kill each other by alarming rates.


That comment is not in agreement with the facts. First the African-American
males represent about 6% of the total population. Next it has recently been
shown that the life expectancy of poor white males has been decreasing and
less than black males

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Old December 5th, 2012, 12:24 PM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,aus.politics,alt.health,rec.travel.europe
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Default That "panacea' of socialized medicine in Australia creating'equality' in universal health service? Damning statistics of aboriginalpeople say NO! "Universal care' doesn't work there either




On Dec 4, 4:13*pm, Earl Evleth wrote:

Our overall life expectancy figures are skewed dramatically downward
byour t larger composition of African American males with
comparatively *very low life expectancies particularly in our inner
cities where they kill each other by alarming rates.

..


The French do not gather stats by race


Evleth, the overall life expectancy of the French is now reportedly
81.5 years which may or may not be fudged by the French.
American life expectancy overall is reported at 78.6 years.

That difference is probably close to a margin of error, Evleth

Life expectancy overall however for Hispanic Americans is 83.5 years.
In our state of Nevada alone life expectancy is 89.8 years overal for
Hispanic Americans.

Life expectancy overall however for Asian Americans is 87.3 years. In
our state of Connecticut alone life expectancy for Asian Americans is
92.4 years.

What do these figures tell you and your fellow Socialized medicine
pimps about evaluating medical service based on broad brush overall
life expectancies without factoring in difference in ethnicity
compositions and life style differences, Evleth?

You can find these figures at http://www.worldlifeexpectancy.com/ for
your usual spin to pimp numbers here for your beloved Socialized
medicine.

"Medicine is the keystone in the arch of socialism." --V. Lenin
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Old December 5th, 2012, 04:45 PM posted to soc.retirement,alt.activism.death-penalty,aus.politics,alt.health,rec.travel.europe
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Default That "panacea' of socialized medicine in Australia creating'equality' in universal health service? Damning statistics of aboriginalpeople say NO! "Universal care' doesn't work there either

On Dec 5, 9:25*am, Earl Evleth wrote:


Evleth, the overall life expectancy of the French is now reportedly
81.5 years which may or may not be fudged by the French.
American life expectancy overall is reported at 78.6 years.


That difference is probably close to a margin of error, Evleth


..
total life expectancy earc year from 2000 to now
was


78.76 * *78.9 * *79.05 * *79.28 * *79.44 * *79.6 * *79.73 * *80.59 * *80.87
80.98 * *81.09 * *81.19 * *81.46



A 'perfect'' progression of increasing French life expectancies.

Maybe too perfect to be true, Evleth

French gotta show at least a little better than those "mericans,
right, Evleth?

From Statisticians, Evleth, as opposed to a Chemist like yourself,
Evleth:

MICROSIMULATION PAPER NO. 4

Stochastic Modeling of Active Life and Its Expectancy

excerpt:

"...Similarly, the uncertainty (or, the margin of error) in our
calculations of active life expectancy traceable to sampling error has
received little attention....'


..

 




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