American Spectator: Health Care Reform and the American Character

Spectator:

While it’s important to analyze the relative financial costs and benefits of health care proposals which Congress is considering, our greatest challenge cannot be limited to the economics of the issue. Our transcending concerns are moral and political. The American character itself and the principles of free market democracy which protect and preserve it may be lost beyond recovery if Congress chooses the wrong path to health care reform — the path down which the Obama Administration seems determined to lead our country.

How are health care and American character linked?

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