You have been completely unable to substantiate your hallucinations about a "right" to health care, how there could be free market competition between Gov't dominance and commercial enterprise, or why the "rich" are somehow far worse when they're not empowered to imprison you.
Or were you just posting this as mockery because, as I guessed previously, you're full of shyte and don't have any defense for your dangerous beliefs?
While your system attempts to address the problem of price disengagement (the system not being in tune with the consumer through the mechanism of price), I don't see how it addresses the issue of centralized control (the ruler deciding who gets what and when) despite its attempts at decentralization.
you didn't want to discuss speed. Kind of an important aspect, though, don't you agree? Since you're going to be putting people on waiting lists that can kill them? However, the "nimble" ability of commerce far exceeds that of gov't, again due to the feedback mechanism of prices and money. Gov't doesn't necessarily give a damn what you get, whereas in the private sector, it's their jobs on the line.
You can't choose not to pay your taxes, unless you want to be in prison - AKA the threat of force. The RIAA can make the same type of threat regarding music downloads, but despite their being a favored group with massive Leftist support, they still have to go through the courts where they generally lose.
Originally Posted by Margit Gennser
Incidentally, I can't help thinking of The Kingdom ("Riget") during this discussion.