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Mark Cuban's Corporatism Confusion

The other day I was watching an episode of "Shark Tank" , thanks to Hulu Plus and my trusty Roku player. I noticed this line from billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban:

When there's a market, and there's money to be made, the market gets efficient and prices drop.

Now this isn't exactly a huge revelation for libertarians and other free market advocates out there. In fact, it's a rather obvious statement of fact.

But this seems to contradict statements recently made by Cuban concerning the health care system. Last month Cuban sent out this tweet:

Mark Cuban should consider his own words regarding the efficiency of markets, as they apply to markets for all goods and services, including health care. The health insurance companies that are "too big to care" today got that way due to government involvement in health care. Government subsidies via Medicaid and Medicare, the Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973 which created the HMO and PPO system, Medicare Part D, and now Obamacare all contribute to destroying the market efficiency Cuban hails.

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He said "involvement"

He DID NOT say take over or distortion, or dictatorship.
The Corporatist POS in the White House isn't satisfied with a judicial response he wants to run the show


and "involvement" is exactly what I addressed in the post...

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I don't like when my fellow Mt Lebabon High School alumni are attacked, but your point is valid. Cubab isn't fillowing his own logic.

What's a

What's a Cubab?

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It's A Cuban That's A Little Off

Which is what this thread is all about.

"Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."-Rothbard


is it a Cuban sandwich meets a Kabob? Cuz that sounds amazing.

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Why can't it be both?