American Thinker January 8, 2020
Everyone on the political left seems overly eager to adopt a system of universal healthcare. It’s a make-or-break talking point, and for an understandable reason — healthcare costs in this country, especially when compared with other countries, are exceptionally high. Sick and injured people often choose not to treat their problems simply because they can’t afford to, and nobody wants this to be the case.
However, a universal healthcare system would come with massive problems, likely greater in scale and impact than the system we’re currently dealing with — and importantly, nobody on the left seems willing to acknowledge them.
The Big Problems with Universal Healthcare
Let’s dig into some of the big problems that would come with a universal healthcare system: