Some interesting points:
Before Medicare, seniors spent 10% of the income on health care. Now with Medicare, and the government picking up 95% of the tab, they pay 20% of their income on health care.
As to the notion that technology has driven up costs, no -- just think of how laptop computers are becoming less and less expensive as time marches on.
As to the alleged "value" of preventative care, no -- another fabrication. It in fact doesn't bring down costs or improve health.
"Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."-Rothbard
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