Milton Friedman’s chilling prediction of Obamacare
On Tuesday, we fondly remembered Milton Friedman on his 100th birthday. While he’s gone now, and it would certainly be helpful to have him with us now, the wisdom he offered continues to guide us.
Oh, but if only society had listened to his warning about government-run healthcare back in 1978! (The studies and reports from Britain and Sweden are especially chilling.)
“If the battle of today is not fought and not won, there will be no battle to fight tomorrow.”
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