Monday, December 7, 2009

Arguing That Less Choice Is Good

Linda Gorman of the Independence Institute points out a new rhetorical tactic being adopted by advocates of "universal" health care.

They're now claiming that the current semi-free market offers too much choice, and that government-run health care would eliminate that pesky burden of choice.

In essence they're arguing, "Don't worry. Let the government do your thinking for you!"