A little reality never hurt anyone with the presence of mind to recognize it. Thomas Sowell likens the so-called health care ‘crisis’ and all manifestations of it to a childhood fable. A good read that makes just too much sense.
Here’s a snippet . . .
While I was told a story in my childhood to help me understand something about the real world, today adults are being told things to reduce them to childish thinking.
The most childish of all the things being said in the august setting of a joint session of Congress last week was that millions of people can be added to the government’s health insurance plan without increasing the federal deficit at all.
link: Fables for Adults