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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by tigres, May 18, 2010.
What mental giant can support this %(#*h?
Link please. And I would support it. We miss out on a lot of talented people because they're afraid of losing their health care. We've probably missed a lot of innovation for the same reason. We'd have a lot more people starting small businesses too.
True, I think the Economist made that argument in support of UHC.
She's quite clearly saying that the new healthcare arrangements mean that you "aren't locked into a specific job" by healthcare rather than "the taxpayers will pay your healthcare".
Sensationalist beat up by a partisan, conservative news source.
And again, I've said this all along and I agree with her. People will feel a lot more free to quit jobs they hate and go start something new, which in turn could create even more jobs. We've been killing growth with our health care system for a while now.
And I agree with her 100%.
An extreme case that obfuscates the real reasons you would do this. Some people work jobs that they absolutely hate to get healthcare for themselves and their children. If they could make ends meet with a lower paying job with less benefits, who are we to deny them that right? Them deciding to do that does not destroy the job they are leaving; it opens it up for someone who'd rather have it.
Looks like Andy beat me to it.
What mental giant can support entrepreneurial spirit?
Good for Nancy for supporting it too.
It odd it seems like the entrepreneurial spirit is something that should be supported by partisan conservative outlets. If she used the example of "starting a small business" (I know that's not what the forum was) instead of "musician" this CNS website wouldn't have even covered it. Just goes to show what blind partisanship does to you.
Still people fall for it. Enticing indignation is such a strong seller. Especially ideological indignation.
You're going to have to do much better than this.
I was so hoping for more reasons to dislike that woman.