Originally Posted by Literature
Okay, so no Catholic-affiliated hospitals in rural areas by 2014 in America. That's your prediction? By the way, those Medicare and Medicaid recipients earn the Catholic hospital money. It's not charity. In fact, there's almost no such thing as charitable hospital like there was before Medicare and Medicaid.
Who was I in an argument with about whether government activity squeezes out charitable activity a few weeks ago? This would have been a good example to use. (The question was rhetorical. I don't really expect you to remember who I was arguing with).
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