On October 2, 2013 at 11:57, BigPapa said...
As if the US health care system was running efficiently and cost effectively before Obamacare. We sure have a short memory. I watched/listened/paid for years into rising health care costs.
OK, so we all agree on the problem, it's the solution that eludes us.
Not to mention, government is not meant to be a for profit business. That's why it's called administration. Compound with the concept that the private sector runs efficiently merely just because they aren't government, they have the majick Free Market Pixie dust spread on them and they are just awesome.
That PR $ spent with the Hoover Institute and CATO has been very effective.
So to carry forward your line of reasoning, and not leave it hanging...
If you had a choice between two government run and privately run "institutions", which would you choose based on wanting to receive the best quality of service and most efficient operation (affecting your ability to RECEIVE the best quality service)?
Worded differently, would you say government is typically better at qos and efficiency?