John Stossel has this to say about the proposed health care reform:
It’s crazy for a group of mere mortals to try to design 15 percent of the U.S. economy. It’s even crazier to do it by August.
Yet that is what some members of Congress presume to do. They intend, as the New York Times puts it, “to reinvent the nation’s health care system.”
Let that sink in. A handful of people who probably never even ran a small business actually think they can reinvent the health care system.
I am not an expert in health care, but I know cons and the biggest hallmark of a con is urgency. You have to act NOW or you lose the once in a life time opportunity! Seriously, why are we rushing into something as important as this?
You can’t effectively reinvent health care by pushing through +1000 pages of bureaucratic nonsense by August. But you can ruin it that way.