Wednesday, September 19, 2007

What Our Healthcare System Should Look Like

A couple of weeks ago I posted on what our future healthcare system might look like if the socialized medicne crowd get their way. Today Neal Boortz has the prescription for the way it should be. Take a look.

Update: More on what's ailing healthcare from John Stossel:

"America's health-care problem is not that some people lack insurance, it is that 250 million Americans do have it."

Another Update: Mark Steyn weighs in on HIllarycare Mk. II:

"So, out of 45 million uninsured Americans, nine million aren't American, nine million are insured, 18 million are young and healthy. And the rest of these poor helpless waifs trapped in Uninsured Hell waiting for Hillary to rescue them are, in fact, wealthier than the general population. According to the Census Bureau's August 2006 report on "Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage, "37% of those without health insurance — that's 17 million people — come from households earning more than $50,000. Nineteen percent — 8.7 million people — of those downtrodden paupers crushed by the brutal inequities of capitalism come from households earning more than $75,000.

In other words, if they fall off the roof, they can write a check."

Yup. Sounds like a crisis to me.

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