A refrain I frequently make is that we buy so many other products and services on our own, without insurance or a “system”.  We go into the store and buy it.  Maybe we have to research a little, compare prices and services, discuss with friends and family.  Maybe we have to figure out how to pay for it.  But we make a decision then do it.  Why not with healthcare?

Does America have a “grocery system”? An “automobile system?” A “tourism system”?
The nation does, of course, have a “healthcare system” and the fact that the medical-services sector can’t be described as a market… well, it’s the prime cause of the “healthcare crisis.”

Correct-o-mundo.

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