Noah Pollak begins well: “I am far from knowledgeable about health care…”, but really should have stopped there. The rest of the post is roughly the usual “We’re #1 and don’t give me all those stats about the godless commies in Europe”. The loony conclusion:
But this controversy really isn’t about health care. It’s about the need for people who support the dramatic expansion of government to minimize, obfuscate, or render illusory the trade-offs inherent in such expansion.
Ezra Klein is on the case.
Here’s an earlier post on the subject of the prostate cancer stats that Pollak trots out.