Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Chicago Tribune Speaks Out Against ObamaCare

I was pleasantly surprised to read this editorial from the liberal Chicago Tribune speaking out against ObamaCare and supporting free-market reforms.

From their piece, "Truth, consequences and Obamacare":
An essential first step: Accept that government doesn't know what's best for everyone. That people can decide what coverage they need and can afford. A strong marketplace offers choices for every wallet. Obamacare's rules curtail those choices. Why, for instance, should only people under age 30 be eligible to purchase lower-cost "catastrophic" insurance? Pinching Americans' coverage choices is one big reason this law doesn't work.
I wish they had spoken out sooner.  But it's a good start.