February 2, 2012 § 3 Comments
The issue of health care has long been at the top of political debate and policy. Any Christian Democracy movement in the United States will be expected to have a sound, and comprehensive policy on health insurance and medical costs. Medical costs continue to rise, insurance becomes less and less affordable, and the cost problem promises to get only worse as Baby Boomers enter their senior years.
Quality health care is just as essential to a prosperous and stable society as quality law enforcement, fire protection, education, infrastructure, as well as military to protect the population from invasion and rebellion. Yet health care is the only one that hangs the shadow of debt and bankruptcy directly over families.
So what if law enforcement worked the same way as the health care system? A tongue-in-cheek short story may help express my thoughts: