Bob4419 Wrote:
May 03, 2012 2:13 AM
Material rights would render any poor government, no matter how transparent or well-run, a violator of human rights, and thus criminal. -- Good government has a responsibility to promote the well-being of its people. This doesn't necessarily involve providing services, except for national security & police protection. It does involve things like reasonable regulations and laws to shape the setting in which relevant sectors of the economy provide goods and services. -- I believe we need a much freer market in medicine. Catastrophic insurance coverage is a good thing, but broad-coverage insurance that dominates the medical sector distorts the crap out of the market, inviting fraud, instituting huge parasitic bureaucracies,