Healthcare “Huh” for Today
The article’s a couple of weeks old, but it’s still worth noting a bit of writing that I don’t think Projo journalist Felice Freyer or her editors would have allowed into print if they weren’t fundamentally in favor of government healthcare:
The increases will pay for the coverage of dependents through age 26 and preventive services that now must be provided without any cost to the consumer.
Yup. The extra money you’ll be paying for insurance is intended to make sure that you don’t have to pay for certain services. Makes sense…
Of course, there may be a correlation-is-not-causation effect, here. Perhaps an habitual tendency to believe that something is free as long as its cost is filtered through a few steps of disguise results in a preference for government solutions.