WTimes says British healthcare system exemplifies why government-run systems shouldn’t be instituted.

The Washington Times (8/7) editorializes that Daniel Hannan, member of the European Parliament, “made a convincing case that the American healthcare system is far superior to the British one, and thus should not move down Britain’s path toward government control.” The Times notes, “It’s his advice that we should not buy into the notion of establishing a state-run system as just one option competing for business. ‘It expands and expands until it squeezes out every other system,’ he said.” The Times concludes, “The system we Americans already enjoy is the best in the world. Allowing the state to take over the immensely personal realm of healthcare could strike a mortal blow against the liberty we hold dear.”

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