Alice in Medical Care

by Larry Emmott on July 9, 2009

in General,Health Care Politics

Cars didn’t cost nearly as much in the past, when they didn’t have air-conditioning, power steering and high-tech safety features. Homes were cheaper when they were smaller, had fewer bathrooms and lacked such conveniences as built-in microwave ovens.

We would like to have all these things without the rising costs that come with them. But only with medical care is such wishful thinking taken seriously, with government regarded as a sort of fairy godmother who will give us the benefits without the costs.

More thoughts on the “Health Care Crisis” from one of my favorite modern thinkers Thomas Sowell here:

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