Healthcare ruling has some opponents mulling move to Canada
The Supreme Court’s ruling Thursday upholding the constitutionality of President Obama’s healthcare overhaul seems to have some Americans wanting to flee to Canada.
Once the decision became public, a flood of tweets emerged with variations of "I'm moving to Canada," which soon drew their own rampage of deprecating responses pointing out that healthcare north of the border is provided using a universal, single-payer system that is publicly funded.
But as usual, there was a twist in the Twitter conversation.
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