Health care: Still not a right.

This is a great primer on what rights really are, why universal health care won’t work, how to get health care costs down, the problem of trial lawyers and more.

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  1. Define bitter irony:

    The observation that attempting to “guarantee” access to health care (at public expense) is the very policy most likely to in fact cause artificial restrictions to, and denial of, that lifesaving health care.

    We’ve seen first hand what happens in countries that have adopted such policies. It is nearly as barbaric and inhumane as those governments who intentionally murder their own citizens; in a way it’s worse, caused by misguided policy makers who were trying to “save” people from the so-called greed of healthcare providers and pharmaceutical makers.

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