Originally Posted by J Diddy
Now you're comparing health problems to a cupcake shortage. That's awesome. Do you spend a large amount of time thinking of bullshit that justifies the ends to your means or does it come to you spontaneously?
This is why it's so difficult to argue a point with you. You have the irrationality of a 2 year old child. You honestly believe that if you say it is so enough times it will become that way.
Pressing problems, as you put it, are not mutually exclusive. The military budget is too ****ing high and discretionary spending needs to allow for it.
Pressing problems are not all created equally. Problems need to be prioritized in an era of limited resources. It goes
(2) deficit reduction,
(3) researching the brain barely edging out (4) solving the great Ding Dong crisis.
Obamacare’s fix for an American health care system that the federal government long ago broke, is to give the federal government far more power over American health care; that its solution to escalating health costs is to mandate greater health benefits (and, hence, higher costs); and that its solution to the pricey overreliance on pre-paid health plans — offered by insurance companies in lieu of real insurance — is to have the government require Americans to buy those pre-paid health plans under penalty of law.