[August 22, 2009 @ 11:36 am] Stuart Browning

Ann Coulter has it right:

First screw something up, then claim that it’s screwed up because there’s not enough government oversight (it’s the free market run wild!), and then step in and really screw it up in the name of “reform.”


  1. responsible. Says:

    You are all misinformed. We need a strong dose of personal responsibilty in every aspect of our lives which was long ago removed by the introduction of the insurance industry. Replacing it with government control is like swaping spit. Removing both of these malignant mastisized growths would give us back our indiviual responsibilities and freedoms. If we choose irresponsible life styles we will pay the price for our choice. Allow doctors the opportunity to choose their own charitible causes. Allow our citizens to help those who truly need help rather than those who know how to manipulate the system(s) be they government or insurance controlled systems. Less is more. Less government and less insurance intrusion is the only answer to our current irresponsiblity epidemic.

  2. Kris Says:

    Insurance companies are not inherently a problem. Unfortunately, government regulations force them to be inefficient and provide mediocre products. In any case, you’ve got the right idea advocating the separation of health and state.

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