We Forget Who Owns America
actor in the health care debate ignores the cost issue. The AMA has always
limited the number of doctors so that fees remain high. They function as a
craft guild from the Age of Mercantilism. The economic principles of
competition, supply and demand do not operate.
Big Pharma companies collude.
In forty states only one or two health insurance firms "compete" for business. They bribe the Congress to eliminate single payer [competition from the government].
The health care system reeks of criminality, but all of us suffer from nasal congestion.
Here is a Basic Problem with Single Payer
intend to bring 47 millions of previously uninsured citizens into the health
care system. How will we cope with their needs?
We will require many more health professionals. So far, only Chris Mathews on the national scene has mentioned this.
Rumble from the Left
Dan Eggen, Washington Post
The efforts by MoveOn.org and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee illustrate the widening fissures within the left over how to overhaul the nation's health-care system. Obama will address the issue in a prime-time speech to Congress next Wednesday.
Many Democrats and liberal groups have been alarmed by what they describe as signs of possible retreat by the White House on especially important issues, and they argue that jettisoning a public plan would amount to a betrayal of those who supported Obama's historic candidacy last year.