Ontario, the powerhouse province of Canada, has a GDP of $800 billion. It has accepted tens of thousands of Syrians in the past few years. It has given these so-called refugees millions of dollars in accommodations, food, education, and cash. Keep that in mind as you read the following story about a Canadian man from the city of Hamilton in Ontario:
After breaking his pelvis, back and arm in a fall in a Central American jungle, a Hamilton man and his wife say they are now stuck in Costa Rica — because there is no hospital bed for him to come back to in Ontario.
Kristen Ronald says she and her husband David are shocked at the state of the province's overcrowded health-care system, and just want to go home.
That magical, socialist, "fair" health care is nowhere to be found when a physically broken Canadian desperately needs it.
While they are lauding the care they've received in Costa Rica, they are now desperate to get home, Kristen said.
"He's ready to travel, they have an air ambulance, and they're ready to bring him home," she said. "Sometimes I wonder if he'd even get the level of care he's gotten here in Ontario."
How do dumbass politicians respond?
Provincial NDP leader Andrea Horwath denounced the situation at a Wednesday morning press conference, blaming the couple's plight on "decades of health care cuts" by the Liberals and Conservatives.
The Ontario government debt stands at $312 billion dollars. Think about that. The government doesn't have any money. It, if you believe that NDP gal, has cut down health care. Yet, this same government has set aside tens of millions of dollars for foreigners who loath the West!
David has paid taxes all his life and he believed that the Canadian health care system would be there when he truly needed it. That's the problem with socialism. It sounds so nice but eventually the money runs out and then not a single bed is available in a hospital of a province with over 14 million people.