We may as well get a more efficient system in place (e.g. universal Medicare), because we're not going to let some guy die for lack of treatment. As a bonus, the ER may become less crowded and you can get seen in less than 6 hours... ____________________________________You must have gotten your calendar wrongA more efficient system? Just because someone says something does not make it so. Competition will beat monopoly is the vast majority of circumstances, it will kick the hell out of it when that monopoly is government run. Perhaps I am jaded living in NYC and seeing things like CUNY churn out more expensive degrees with better paid professors to students who could probably not pass the GEDPerhaps it is seeing the government not be able to successfully run a bookmaking operation at a profit!Perhaps it is seeing the city education system in general get more expensive as a metric to anywhere else as the results crashedPerhaps it is the City run hospitals being cesspoolsIf you look at the places where the policies that liberals so desperately desire are actually in place, you do not see a record of things getting better, quite the contraryAnd on the rare occasion you do find a time when things do get better, you find the liberals marching in the streets calling the person driving improvement a Nazi!Other than the way things tend to get more expensive and less efficient rather than cheaper your post makes sense, of course that is your only claim so it is more than a little silly.
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