More Talk of Public Option

In light of evidence that a “public” (read: government) option may again be in play in the health-care “reform” debate, it’s important to again note the problems that may arise from such a government insurance plan. I’ve noted in previous posts how the public option could lead to a “single-payer” (read: government-monopolized) system in the United States here and here.

Now here’s a good video summarizing the evidence that such a scenario may actually be the goal of many proponents of a public plan:

In the mind of “progressive” supporters of a single-payer system, “whatever works to get it done” may be the motto.

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