Sunday, September 27, 2009

Health Care Is Not An Unalienable Right part 3

As we all know the funding for government health care will be discharged as an obligation on the affluent, a forfeiture of disposable income as a consequence to an infraction of social justice. But what the Democrats, leftists, socialists and progressives fail to understand is that there are not enough “rich” people to finance the health care leviathan. Another intellectual inconsistency is the mirage that health care advocates myopically fixate upon to justify their redistributive justice – the mirage of punishing Big Business for their social transgressions and their iniquitous hunger for profits. In point of fact, proper statistical analysis will extract the true provider for health care costs; small businesses and the middle class. It's nothing more than a matter of mathematical probabilities, regardless of what the administration states will be the primary source of financing.

The following link and preview text will take you to a Cato Institute Policy Analysis from Michael F. Cannon. I encourage you to stop by for a great read.


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Why a Public Option Is Hazardous to Your Health




"A full accounting shows that government programs cost more and deliver lower-quality care than private insurance. The central problem with proposals to create a new government program, however, is not that government is less efficient than private insurers, but that government can hide its inefficiencies and draw consumers away from private insurance, despite offering an inferior product."












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7 comments:

Matt said...

Another good one Liberty Pen. The CATO Institute does it's homework, that much is certain.

Harrison said...

By not having to show a profit or answer to shareholders public healthcare has little incentive to cut costs, become more efficient, serve their customers better, or do anything at all. And they have virtually unlimited funding (taxpayers). Good post.

Forgotten Liberty said...

Every time I think of the public option I get a mental image of the DMV. "Now serving B362 at window number 7"

Harrison said...

Or not having enough materials, having too much paperwork, not having anybody accountable, etc...

Dr. Dave said...

They also don't get that there are quite a few of us pissed off "rich" people out here with gunnnzzzz.

Don said...

I think John Adams said it best concerning the amassing of power.

"Because power corrupts, society's demands for moral authority and character increase as the importance of the position increases." - John Adams

Ron said...

Excellent article that I support.