We live in a land with many socialized benefits. For instance, when we need to find an unfamiliar address or take a long trip, we have the wonderful benefit of GPS. Now that satellite system is government paid and government maintained. So, when we rely on satellite navigation, even though the car units are commercially produced they are in reality relying upon a socialized satellite program. We love our socialized GPS, but we don't want socialized medicine. GPS is more important than the poor! Not!
We drive on one of the world's best freeway systems. Even though our bridges and surfaces are in dire need of repair or replacement, the basic infrastructure is sound and a wonderful national blessing. Of course the entire system is socialized transportation. Our governments pay for the overwhelming majority of it. We love our socialized roads, but we don't want socialized medicine. Travel is more important than the poor! Not!
We have a wonderful system of school transport. Unlike children in many nations, many of our children are picked up at their front gate and taken by bus directly to their schools. The safety of our children is assured and we love our socialized school transportation system. We don't like socialized medicine. We don't care about the poor or their children! Not!
We have some of the world's best sports stadiums. Baseball and football are our national games. Of course most of those stadiums are paid for by public money. Cities are often the financiers of our stadiums. We love our socialized stadiums. They are an important part of the American way of life. But, we don't want socialized medicine. Baseball is more important than the poor! Not!