Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Beg to differ:

From Obama's health care speech:
I believe it makes more sense to build on what works and fix what doesn't, rather than try to build an entirely new system from scratch.
That sounds like keeping health care a profit-making business for the most part. That's not a solution.

Fixing the problem of cost and coverage, especially at the national level of GDP percentage for a developed country, means a Japanese-Euro-Canadian approach.

But Americans seem to like being different (or so we're told). Exceptional, you might say. To their disadvantage.


If the profit is removed from the health care industry, then the health care industry will disappear. That's what happens when industries stop making profits.

So any plan that doesn't result in the destruction of the health care industry and replacement with universal welfare is "not a solution?"

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/11/2009 6:57 PM  

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