Health Care Conversation Winds Down
By Arnold Kling
The Cato Unbound discussion of health insurance in which I participated has wound down. Here is a snippet from Jonathan Cohn’s last post.
Programs exclusively for poor people tend to be poor (because they lack powerful political constituencies)…
Now, conservatives typically respond to this explanation by asking why I have faith in government to take care of everybody’s health care if it can’t even take care of some people’s health care. My answer is that they do it, and do it well, abroad.