Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton vowed Monday to create a universal health care system if elected, saying she "learned a lot" during the failed health care effort of her husband's presidency.Health care is one of those triangle problems as far as I am concerned. Health has three attributes: affordable, comprehensive and universal--policy makers can choose only two. Hillary Clinton wants universal, but there will be a trade in either cost or the amount of care--neither of which is going to sit will with Americans.
"We're going to have universal health care when I'm president _ there's no doubt about that. We're going to get it done," the New York senator and front-runner for the 2008 nomination said.
Monday, March 26, 2007
Bad Ideas Resurrected: Part II
From the Washington Post: