In this system, we must give up our earnings – earnings that we could use to make life saving, life extending and life enriching decisions for ourselves – to the state. We are told that we will be taken care of – that we will be given education, roads, protection and health care as and when we need it. Instead, the state then doles out health, education and protection according to some soul-crushing scale of individual pathos or a demonic gauge of how much a person can ‘give back’ to society. We rarely get back – measure for measure – what we put in. Rigorous thinking applied to this process of centralized garnering and redistribution will reveal the obvious – that it is in no way fair, equitable or moral.Indeed.
Friday, October 15, 2004
Rights and Reason: Rationing Life
Another good one from Monica White as she concretizes the evils of heath care rationing in the United Kingdom at Th' inkwell
Posted by Nicholas Provenzo at 2:57 PM