Comment 30199

By A Smith (anonymous) | Posted April 16, 2009 at 22:32:56

Ryan >> universal health care is demonstrably far superior to market-based health care at getting resources to where they can be used most effectively to treat illness.

If that's the case, then there should be no problem with bringing in a little competition. If a group of investors want to risk their capital competing with the subsidized health care sector, where's the harm in that?

Same goes for education. What would be wrong with allowing private sector education providers have access to the tax dollars attached to each student? Competition breeds innovation and it moves capital to the provider doing the best job. Is that currently the case?

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