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Shocking Fox News Attack On Nhs

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http://www.youtube.com/embed/2c-JEx-Kfvc



Headline: National Healthcare: Breeding ground for terror? :lol: Nothing like biased journalism is there

Linking the NHS to muslim fundamentalism because GP's are paid "such a low salary they have a shortage of doctor's and we have to bring them in from other countries"

Anchor: "Birmingham, England is upto 30% muslim, maybe that's the problem"
then goes on to say (in a nutshell) "In the US, a Jihadist doctor would stand out, but in the NHS they wouldn't"

..then goes on to say "If we go universal, one of the potential consequences is this could happen here, because of the new system"

I can't people don't read between the lines with this crap.

I would also like to add, the guy on the right, Jerry wrote this book: "The Bush Boom: How a Misunderestimated President Fixed a Broken Economy"

published in 2003 :lol:

God love america

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http://www.youtube.com/embed/2c-JEx-Kfvc

Headline: National Healthcare: Breeding ground for terror? :lol: Nothing like biased journalism is there

Linking the NHS to muslim fundamentalism because GP's are paid "such a low salary they have a shortage of doctor's and we have to bring them in from other countries"

Anchor: "Birmingham, England is upto 30% muslim, maybe that's the problem"

then goes on to say (in a nutshell) "In the US, a Jihadist doctor would stand out, but in the NHS they wouldn't"

..then goes on to say "If we go universal, one of the potential consequences is this could happen here, because of the new system"

I can't people don't read between the lines with this crap.

I would also like to add, the guy on the right, Jerry wrote this book: "The Bush Boom: How a Misunderestimated President Fixed a Broken Economy"

published in 2003 :lol:

God love america

Fox News is indeed shocking... shockingly bad!

Edit to add: However, they have millions upon millions of supporters in America, which is a lesson for us all.

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This is the same network that endorses Glenn Beck and his right-wing rantings...Not at all surprised. They hate the thought of socialised health care...

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This is the same network that endorses Glenn Beck and his right-wing rantings...Not at all surprised. They hate the thought of socialised health care...

Glenn Beck used to work for famously liberal CNN before FOX. Wouldnt call him right wing. More Alex Jones conspiracy nut.

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This idea that muslim immigrants are doctors?

Mostly they are unemployable wretches who cannot speak or read English....

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US Doctors:

http://www.payscale...._Doctors/Salary

UK Doctors (it looks supprisingly low)

http://www.payscale...._Doctors/Salary

payscale compare salaries using user entered data

I recall a friend who graduated last year saying as a ward doctor, pay starts at £37k.

However, GPs command £120k a year, similar or above US counterparts. And given US doctors are generally considered the most overpaid, thats some achievement, considering in 1997 they were amongst the lowest paid in western nations.

The price Liebour has put on health is disgraceful. That its cost is 'socialized' (read paid by future generations, selling off the countries gold on so on) makes it no less so.

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US Doctors:

http://www.payscale...._Doctors/Salary

UK Doctors (it looks supprisingly low)

http://www.payscale...._Doctors/Salary

payscale compare salaries using user entered data

The UK median GP pay seems rather low - perhaps it is heavily skewed by part timers?

From the NHS site:

Salaried GPs employed directly by PCTs earn between £53,781 to £81,158, dependent on, among other factors, length of service and experience

Consultants can earn a basic salary of between £74,504 and £100,446 per year, dependent on length of service. Local and national clinical excellence awards may be awarded subject to meeting the necessary criteria.

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