Saturday, March 20, 2010
* Unravelling the Sleave of Health Care
Dr. Marcia Angell, M.D., of the Harvard Medical School told Bill Moyers on his PBS Journal last Sunday that even if the Health Care legislation passes "it will begin to unravel almost immediately" because it is ineffective in controlling costs.
And if it doesn't pass, health care in America "will begin to unravel almost immediately" because costs are not controlled.
Either way is doomed in her opinion.
Can our legislators and our president really be that stupid? ( Don't ask; Don't tell. )
Her solution: "Medicare for all."
So it is that we may not soon see what,
if anything, "knits up the ravelled sleave of [health] care".
Posted by Paul D. Keane, The Anti-Yale at 9:49 PM