One of the first things President
Bozo Biden did in the job was to can a deal that President Trump had swung to make essential medications cheaper for those who depend on them.
From the off it showed really bad results, with Diabetics complaining their insulin had shot up from $60 a pack under Trump to over $300 under Biden. Continue reading “Biden Continues Making Life More Expensive for Diabetics Again”
Corbyn may no longer be leader of the Labour party, but that doesn’t seem to stop leftards spreading bulls**t about Conservatives funding the NHS by making claims they cut funding despite the fact they’ve raised it.
British Prime Minister Boris John has left hospital after being stuck in there fighting coronavirus.
Continue reading “PM Boris Leaves Hospital”
Lately I’ve seen something incredible rare on social media these days: some posts about the NHS that are so sensible it’d be rude not to share, and not let them fade into obscurity:
All they would do is take money from poor people (making them poorer), straight into the government’s bank account without doing anything to tackle the actual problem (such as encouraging people to take a break from sitting on their arse watching crap reality shows, or playing call of duty, and getting some damn exercise).
Items that would be affected are already expensive enough for what they are, without some jumped-up food-nazi TV Chef’s nanny-state taxes being whacked on top of them.
Most 45g Chocolate bars cost around 60p now (were around 45p when I was a kid)…. 330ml cans of soft drink are around 59p to 70p now (up from 39p-45p when I was a kid)…. and 1litre tubs of Ice cream are around £2.50 to £4.
For a selection of American articles on why Sugar Taxes are a load of crap, CLICK HERE.
Oh, and while we’re at it, can we drop the tax on Whiskey, as last I heard it was around 70%+ of the total cost of the stuff…. and according to a Health food freak website I came across, is actually very healthy for you as long as you don’t make a regular habit of getting totally rat-arsed on the stuff.
Just been answering a post at a certain Facebook group about NHS A&E waiting times, and in the process looked up relavent articles to accompany it about NHS targets being fiddled under Labour to make things look better than they are (with the Conservatives doing their best to stop NHS trusts from pulling that stunt any more).
Here’s some I found……….
BBC News, 2002
Daily Express, 2009
E-Health Insider, January 2014
Hands up who else thinks that Jeremy Hunt is doing a better job than Andrew Lansley as Secretary of State for Health?
When Lansley was in the job you could hardly tell if he was doing anything, and the only time you knew he was there was when his name popped-up in the ConservativeHome monthly satisfaction survey.
In contrast Jeremy Hunt has made headlines for doing undercover shifts in NHS Hospitals, and telling the NHS they must treat patients as people + bringing back the Family Doctor.