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Taxing the poor
First of all - what is junk food ? How are you going to define it ? This will end up a tax on the poor - just like cigarettes...On most other policies you address the issue of how you will spend money better but your health policy seems only to be about raising more money from taxation not refining the priorities for health spending. Also as a society we need to address end-of-life issues for the ageing.... By the way having lived in Denmark for 5 years - every day the papers complain about waiting lists and discontent is just as high as here....There is very little difference in public perception of how the health system performs there.
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