What I’m trying to point out is a paradox in the lefty’s thinking.
They are arguing that health care is a right and that is why government should provide free health care to all...and in doing so, they will destroy free market health care.
But they also say that to make it cost effective they will limit or deny care to certain individuals in certain circumstances to eliminate waste that pervades the current free market health care system.
Is that not a paradox?
If the government takes over health care and in the process destroys free market health care for the purpose of providing free health care to all, but to balance the books and cut “waste” must deny care to some...see where I’m going with this?
WHAT THE HELL IS THAT? They just destroyed their own purpose for starting this whole mess in the first place.
But worse than that, they will be violating our rights (pursuit of happiness) for the purpose of guaranteeing a right that doesn’t exist (free health care to all), and they can’t even make good on that promise either!
We lose everything and gain nothing.
I don’t understand why people cant see this.
So basically people who have jobs and can afford to pay for healthcare will be denied healthcare if the government decides the person doesn’t meet government standards which say this person is deserving of healthcare. Hmm, sounds uncompassionate, uncaring, judgemental, domineering, and ripe for corruption to me.
Brilliant post. I am going to use this in my arguments with liberals.