This HND piece continues our take-down of the failed notion of "Medicare for all." We remind M4A fanboys that healthcare can never be a right if massive rationing gets in the way—and it always does in any "universal healthcare" scenario. Then, there's the matter of fraud and abuse, which by some estimates comprises up to 30 percent of the current Medicare budget.
Consider that this figure would increase drastically if Medicare were expanded to cover everyone. And what's the answer to that? Legions of investigators? Funny how the government answer to healthcare never seems to expand, you know, the people who actually deliver healthcare.
We then cover a brilliant approach to charitable medicine from Dr. Alieta Eck.
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