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About three or four months ago an old athletic injury from my -- More athletic -- flared up at 9 AM I went to -- orthopedic surgeon in my choice the best.
Knee surgeon in here at city.
The MR -- revealed a torn meniscus.
Repaired -- arthroscopic -- at the best facility around here.
My insurance company paid the bill -- I didn't need the permission.
Of a bureaucrat I had the choice to want to go.
Where to have it done and when they haven't done.
Is is anyone likely to have.
That kind of freedom.
Under the president's.
And -- no way in lot of them think well now we should be more like Canada because they provide free care for everybody.
Guys -- free there's always a cost if you were in Kennedy prize winning hand here and I'm not now when she came down the states.
And let someone gave you Myanmar.
Were far from a perfect perfect system I have a lot of complaints about the current system.
Even though he has served you well and has served many others well.
The complaints about the system have been government created -- -- -- care's mandate takes him knows he knows.
And drug company influencing him and could -- collection of medical records at the national level and Obama.
Everything that happened.
That we view recently would be recorded in Washington DC it would be reviewed.
And it would be more phone calls even if they tried to maintain that -- freedom where you can go to your own doctors.
It would be monitored in Washington.
That would be a real tragedy.
Even I haven't been in medicine for a few years I ended up not putting very much stuff in my medical records because it seemed like I never could protect them from my patients.
So you have -- people -- -- keep good records.
If they think they're controversy -- -- he had a bad diseases it is socially unacceptable -- negative.
You can put on the medical record because the government had -- On the.
The law hurt -- or at least isn't there's some kind of a financial incentive.
And something that the congress passed about her for months ago I -- -- this.
About an incentive to hospitals to digitize and of course once digitized privacy is gone forever.
Yeah that was passed early on there's always an incentive and it's voluntary you know the beginning everything is voluntary.
And that if you don't and once you get hooked into that you volunteer.
And then they give you some money and they say well you do it this way now.
Or take your money away.
So yes there -- they're always moving along they have.
And the one of the deals.
-- so that the -- centralization of these records.
Has already been passed even -- we don't even have -- the new plans and Obama -- for medical care.
I'm -- -- a pleasure until next Wednesday.
Freedom watch thanks so much tonight.
-- -- and joins us now though recently reelected.
Conservative British member of the European Parliament.
You're -- call of course.
Lashing out and lecturing down.
The president prime minister of Great Britain which made -- an international celebrity.
And I am personally grateful because it made -- -- regular and freedom watch mr.
First welcome back to freedom watch we're so grateful you've become a regular and second congratulations.
On your victory as we say over here way to go.
Can -- -- when people elect cyclical and potentially most about it that.
Secret US elected.
But there's something about this guy and then I mean -- -- acceptance speech.
Was played a round the world.
And became viral on the Internet.
When you used doctor Zeus.
To excoriated -- PM to leave ten Downing Street it was brilliant.
It was charming it was effective it made the point and it was watched by hundreds of millions.
Well I'm not about the hundreds of millions let them that we you know the get tough question like that on the BBB attribute the different.
And they -- -- and by the book.
And hit a blunt has been crunching it's become a -- cliche.
Of the rump parliament Cuomo when he when he -- and he's -- he had that great the you fact that Google pretty good you've been doing it in the name of cognizant of that and out of Goldman got a little -- -- -- that -- -- -- I'm just actually praise and then like Israel pressed into my hand Doctor Who took them until you actually -- that it might actually -- actually.
So -- I was very effectively done how how dangerously close to demise or happily close to demise.
Is the labor government.
In in Great Britain I I understand that members of the cabinet have quit.
At least one of them was the closest friend of the prime minister and one of them said I'm going and you should go to.
What what's your best estimate as to how long he can list.
And that on the created that he will struggle home and he -- coupled with some really bad reasons and it is very clear that the the immediate -- -- It cannot -- that is locked people.
Comfort and political -- -- found that 15%.
In the month old you look at election on Sunday 50% and a upon him that -- it.
For a purple a country.
Look perfect -- -- I'm the animal.
It a look at all the pot you -- the line.
-- not -- that and then by the political accountability the -- extent that.
-- there -- -- little looming constitutional case hole and you election I'm glad you -- -- In the interview with a -- of partly an overwhelming.
That need to change their -- -- -- that they let -- remain competitive and -- the salvage something and a -- That completely wiped out there on the what happened did it kind of like that you we'll look at -- has partnered with the -- the economic view of politics.
We'll let him.
-- that collectively meet the new leader.
It -- but.
It -- a collection of look -- Which might for climate.
And and the doctor -- book and I think each individual and he is making -- calculation of the calculation that most of -- -- -- making it.
What in the next election comes I'm out of work and I will never work again because you try finding a job as an -- labour MP and helped model of the corruption -- what goes -- in the so -- pontificate on the critical state.
I think my family like that that feeling for another month at least got hit.
-- what does the -- say what what would be the mechanism for forcing an election and what is the longest he can go under the law.
Before has to confront re election.
Yes hello -- but the maximum period that he couldn't -- the last couple that debated solution.
He could -- -- until somebody else who go it would cola -- solution.
Unless the commit political event.
It's a peculiarity of the British -- election.
That all the queen -- Whenever he won't.
Let them -- all the way of getting it -- Maybe we would -- that they -- and -- I can't found my a parliamentarians.
Looking at the idiot that -- -- -- -- -- country and get a grip and I gave it.
-- he he would be the most popular -- look.
A brilliant -- the minute look at geometrically.
It going to get you on.
It seems to neither Gordon Brown is so personally.
So intemperate of mood so inappropriate for the job and of course never.
Elected to it by by the public I mean send it to it -- -- that's sort of a cool when he replaced Tony Blair one would think correct me from wrong mr.
That at the next election he would not be the leader of the party that the labor leadership would replace him.
With a happier smiling.
More smiling less burdensome less corrupt face.
Agreement that would be the -- Logical thing for them to do and -- an interest -- at -- in the national interest and we need a -- thought we -- and you mandate.
It doesn't help the much.
All part of the legitimacy to begin cleaning up after the recent crises are.
We know these issues that you've been an advocate these people that -- -- that that government.
-- leader who played at.
-- MPs who are afraid to -- their leader and and cowardice has been.
They couldn't put the ruling principles and it won't.
To that level honorable at the moment the fight is on the like they comparable -- -- multi and they decided to -- We're a year and integrity and defined that that male colleague.
Sadly -- interest and other countries that that -- want something that our command but if you want something done multiple.
That's -- wanted to just think this -- break along gender lines went when a female.
Member of the cabinet leaves open any member of the cabinet leaves is that person retain their seat.
In the house of commons sort of -- -- that as well.
They they would -- that he's not a common but they have now been I think the nine -- -- -- resignations of which -- have beaten by women.
Model one was there one with of them on the human.
And if -- that are going to get that won the election comes and that mr.
Cameron needs the Conservative Party and let's say the Conservative Party wins.
What kind of a Conservative Party will this be I mean we in America thought that when George W.
Bush was elected as a quote compassionate conservative.
Within five got into too late what he meant by compassionate which was just his version of big government as opposed -- Bill Clinton's version of big government.
So would we get.
A person a government.
Truly interested in individual liberty in freedom's.
And freedom of choice in privacy or will this just be another speech she.
Of big government with the stamp conservative.
On its face.
I'm I wish I -- until it with a 100% confident.
David Cameron and the advisers around him were very encrypt data in George Bush is electoral technique.
And they studied very carefully at let -- pay and -- the collapse of the when he with the governor pick the and from his mistake they -- These -- -- well but it ended with a massive expansion of with a big budget deficit -- -- -- -- they like with protectionism and -- in the final week with back.
Nationalization of the bailout packages -- -- -- -- -- almost let them that you would have imagined that the previous Democrat regime.
I hope that we can look remotely -- because.
-- won't up slightly more competent group of people doing basically the same kind of thing that these -- that thing but doing them a -- that's -- -- a government that.
That is getting in I'm not going to believe that the state control little instead a Google powered down with -- -- and local government or better yet to individual.
The challenge Clinton -- partly.
Found that in.
That every government that we want them -- that perhaps the value -- and to remain true to what it in public.
Is that conservatives -- radical people do now is the Conservative Party in great Britain and this is its present leadership.
To the concepts of individual liberty of of small government of power closer to the people of lower taxes of the free market is all of that negotiable.
Otherwise under George W.
Maintained by an authoritarian voting for them and those in the US -- coalition.
There's -- -- in the economy looking at the British could the they kind the Christian.
Monday it will be willing to it.
There is look deeply into it that the kind of your file -- and Democrat link here.
And kind of truck belonged to called -- -- agree that we can do better than the idiot who of that at the moment.
It will come out you know it's gonna be it's gonna be determined by the book and pump it.
In which we take power and it seemed to me the total believing.
They melt or it getting on top of the colossal bet that that that terminal -- Going to be totally dominate it.
-- how to restore order honestly to a public finance.
I think the -- people a little bit politician of that you have a long time that no politician wanted to talk about the big.
Picketed with concluded and -- believe given the politics.
That if you ever talk about rebuking public expenditure people would they all feel you're going to -- public school my hospital going to be in the political outlook that.
But I think -- -- -- -- -- -- -- of whether a politician because they looked up and be enough private lives and it found that political.
Having to make economy you don't really need to level and help you know maybe we can -- keep the college -- compete that you couldn't make those economies without.
Substantial lead in the absolutely impacting on -- standard -- -- -- they can think that the government going to be able to -- definitely tell that -- -- exactly.
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