Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Followup on health care

I know that all my readers have been breathlessly anticipating my second post on the myths of health care (the first was here). I stated there that the most ardent pro-health care advocates are making, amongst the very true things they're stating, a couple of arguments that seem quite questionable.

The first one was the idea that, no matter how flawed the legislation, it will inexorably be made better over time. I find the evidence for that rather sketchy.

My second installment is coming along one of these days, but the urgency seems undercut by the near-total lack of movement on this effort. It would appear that the coming mid-term elections will doom us to the status quo. For completeness' sake, however, I will get around to Part 2 at some point.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have been awaiting for the part 2 for a few months now. Summar is almost half over now :-)

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