It’s really about getting other people to buy you stuff

Carpe Diem points out the cost of insurance for a young person in Michigan.

It points out what’s been clear to thinking people all along:  Passing health care reform was always about using force to make one group of people buy something for another group of people.

If you choose between health insurance and a cell phone (much less an iPhone), that’s your doing.  Not mine.  I should not have to subsidize your cell phone, or your vacation… which is what these folks really want.

But no one would ever pass a law making me pay for cell phones or vacations.  Health care, on the other hand, well not paying for that is just mean.


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Husband, lifter, MBA in Baltimore, MD. Will post about Powerlifting, politics, Classical Liberalism, Economics, building wealth, self improvement, productivity, heavy music, wine, food, beer, and almost anything else. View all posts by Paul Stagg

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