What’s Your Health-Care Solution, Mr. Brown?

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“The system is broken.”

Progressive Conservative Patrick Brown on long wait times at hospitals such as the Royal Ottawa


OK, Mr. Brown.

You have the largest demographic group in the history of Canada coming into its high health-care years.

That group is also retiring, therefore putting less money into government coffers than in the past.

You also, Mr. Brown, have a lousy economy at present so that is cutting government revenue.

Yes Mr. Brown, something needs to be done about it.

What’s your idea? How are you going to fix the problem?

Are you prepared to pour more money into the health-care system to fix a problem that might be too big for society to solve until the baby-boomer generation dies.

Let’s hear it, Mr. Brown. What are you going to  do?

You want to run this province? Well we know health-care is a problem. What is your solution?


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4 thoughts on “What’s Your Health-Care Solution, Mr. Brown?

  1. Probably the same as Premier Wynn. Cut and hope for the best. Meanwhile dazzle the electorate with promises of all kinds and set up carbon tax (for more revenues) and a pension plan (for still more revenues).

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      1. The contributions come in now. Payouts occur in 20 years or so. And there is no guarantee that the money will be there at the end. After all unlike the Feds, the province can’t print money. Harper called it a tax grab…and that is what it looks like.

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  2. It looks like he learned a lesson from the Tim Hudak debacle and is keeping his mouth closed as long as he can. It’s a long time until the next election and he probably plans to fight it in the period leading up to voting day, not for the next two and a half years.

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