Paul Fox was expecting a line when he took his mother to an England hospital. What he wasn’t expecting was to see what socialized medicine looks like face to face.
“This concatenation of misery has been created by administrational and political action,” he said. Those who have connived to create it either do not know what they are doing, in which case they are incompetent or they do know what they are doing, in which case they are evil.”
His mother, Agnes Fox, was stuck in line for 12 hours. The dementia-sufferer was not seem by a doctor and she even went without food:
“People were lying, crying out in pain for hours,” said Fox.
He blames it on budget cuts. Because, much like in America, it’s never the fault of a failed ideology. It’s always because we aren’t spending enough money.