Friday, February 20, 2009


Sounds familiar ...

The Cato Institute's Doug Bandow says:

American health care is an inefficient hybrid of public and private, costing more than it should for the care provided. The problem is too much, not too little, government intervention.

Funny, I said something similar a year and a half ago:

[I]t's been suggested that market-based reforms of the U.S. healthcare system have failed. The sad fact is that free-market solutions have been watered down or dismissed outright by statist legislators (see medical savings accounts). The U.S. system remains a patchwork of third-party arrangements and government aid.

Wanna know more about America' patchwork health care system? You need to check out Bandow's "Top Ten Myths of American Health Care: A Citizen's Guide." Check it out here.

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