While we’re on the subject of conservative alternatives to health care reform (see previous post), David Brooks writes in today’s New York Times:
Americans should be strongly encouraged to buy continuous coverage over their adulthood. Then insurance companies would not be permitted to jack up their premiums if a member of their family develops a costly condition.
“Strongly encouraged”? Why does Demi Moore yelling “I strenuously object” in A Few Good Men come to mind?Did you like this? If so, please bookmark it, RSS feed.