First we find out that Sarah Palin is a Socialist, but Rush Limbaugh too? Sarah Palin’s grandson receives Socialized health care so if it’s good enough for her family, it should be good enough for the rest of us;
“Sarah Palin can well afford any costs for her grandson,unless, she is now accepting the idea of socialized medicine. It would seem so, because Tripp, is on socialized medicine.”
This time, he says he will move out of the country he professes to love if health care reform is passed. That should be enough to help the bill pass in itself.
Here’s a little information about the health care system in Costa Rica, Rush Limbaugh’s future home:
Costa Rica has universal health care, one of the best health systems in Latin America. As always with nationalized health care, expect red tape and long waits, but the quality of Costa Rica’s health care is excellent. Private health care is also available, very affordable, and high quality. Many doctors speak English and have received training in Europe, Canada, or the U.S. There are three large, private hospitals that most expatriates use: CIMA hospital in Escazú, Clinica Biblica in San José, and Clinica Católica in San José-Guadalupe
tatistics from the World Health Organization frequently place Costa Rica in the top country rankings in the world for long life expectancy, often even ahead of Great Britain and the United States, even though the per-capita income of Costa Ricans is about one-tenth that of the U.S. and the U.K. Arguably, one reason for this is the slower pace of living in Costa Rica. And, of course, the healthy, fresh, non-preservative-laden foods found there, and the welcoming tropical climate. Costa Rica just seems to be a healthy place to live.