Wow PIA, this topic's got me wound up in the morning. Almost beats coffee.
In hindsight, I've found the ACA to be seriously lacking and deeply flawed with the most harmful being the profit motive (which our departed and missed keyboard warrior, JGW, would agree).
So how do you argue in favor of a for profit system that delivers the most expensive services with lousy results that are a necessity for the average person?
If your argument is faultless, would you be willing to extend it to other important areas of our life, such as food, water air and ecosystems?
Were here already.
What is the criteria of argument you use to rationalize these basic and necessary resources we battle over politically?
Edited by chunkstyle (07/06/19 01:13 PM)