Author Topic: George Will: Gov't Can't Run Post Office, Amtrak – Why Should We Think It Can Run Health Care?  (Read 203 times)

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 on Breitbart TV 25 May 2014, 8:18 AM PDT

On Sunday’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” Washington Post columnist George Will explained why he sees government-run health care as a lost cause, particularly regarding Veterans Administration hospitals and the Obama administration.

“I mean, I have a smidgeon of sympathy for the president, to use one of his favorite words, when he says he learns about things like this from the newspapers. The fact is big government is too big for meaningful oversight and effective management from the Oval Office to the White House,” Will said. “It just is. He will not draw the appropriate conclusion from that. But why are we surprised the government that runs the post office badly and runs Amtrak badly can't run a health care system? Delivering a postcard from a to b or a passenger from point a to point b is a lot simpler than delivering health care. So we shouldn’t be surprised by this.”

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