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Post time 2014-10-10 10:52:19 |Display all floors
are you saying in US don't have pollution

you must be Chinese! thinking that all posters on here are from America. I bet you think all foreigners are American as well?

I'm not talking about America.
Free medical good luck with that

all of Europe, Russia, Canada, Australia, Japan, New zealand, Saudi Arabia, a lot of South America, all have free healthcare.

why are you chinese so obsessed with America and comparing yourself to America?
what about the other countries that are doing quite well for themselves?

did you know that Mexico outranks China for its care for the elderly?
or that Cuba (yes Cuba) provides free healthcare.

stop comparing China to the US and look around the world. you might be surprised at what you find

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magnetic1974 Post time: 2014-10-10 10:14
Free medical good luck with that not free, because they will bill you back later one you signed  ...

How can you possibly comment on things you know nothing about.In th e state of Massachusetts medical care is free if your not working.Or making minimum wages.If you have Chinese friends here ask them.Chinese working in restaurants where there are no taxes get completely free medical.they also get all the formula and food for there baby's.We are relatively smog free.We also subsidize housing and have fuel assistance.The best part is we have some of the best drinking water on the planet

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ZhuJon Post time: 2014-10-9 14:18
The United Snakes of America has 100 milliion living below the poverty line. On average that's a fam ...

In 2010, "The Census Bureau said 43.6 million people lived in poverty, up from 39.8 million in 2008."


United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) figures for poverty in 2014
Persons in
Family Unit        48 Contiguous States
and D.C.        Alaska        Hawaii
1        $11,670        $14,580        $13,420
2        $15,730        $19,660        $18,090
3        $19,790        $24,730        $22,760
4        $23,850        $29,820        $27,430
5        $27,910        $34,900        $32,100
6        $31,970        $39,980        $36,770
7        $36,030        $45,060        $41,440
8        $40,090        $50,140        $46,110
+        $4,060        $5,080        $4,670


You will notice that the numbers are by household. A four year old does not need their own house, just one house for the family. The poverty line for a family of 4 is just twice that of a single person. It is meaningless to divide $23,850 by 4 to determine poverty.


The U.S. Census Bureau reported in September 2014 that:

U.S. median household income was $51,939 in 2013 versus $51,759 in 2012.

The US Census showed, by race, the percent of the population that lived below the poverty line:
9.9% of all white persons
12.1% of all Asian persons
26.6% of all Hispanic persons (of any race)
28.4% of all black persons

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Post time 2014-10-10 11:24:55 |Display all floors
As for health care Chinese are genetic born to be  a more healthy than pig pale faces American people  and they are spending less on health care.

so that's why they are running to the hospital every time they get a cough?
genetically bred to be healthier? by who? Aliens? the Americans?

dropped on your head as a child were you?

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