We're on a slippery slope to socialism

November 2013
Indianapolis Business Journal;11/4/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 36, p12B
The author offers his views on the measures undertaken by the U.S. government. He comments that the government often creates problems on issues where it has no business and presumes to take many functions. He criticizes the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a single-payer health care coverage as incompetent, intransigent and insane.


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