Quote Originally Posted by Norm
Well, that depends on the growth curve. If a half million dollars is wasted or spent on overhead out of a $10 million program, that's 95% efficient. And if it grows to a $300 million program and the waste and overhead grow to $15 million, that is a growth in waste, but it's still 95% efficient.
Name one government program that follows a pattern as good as or better than your example.

Quote Originally Posted by Norm
Duh. But the principle of a more diverse group being less susceptible to a given pathogen still applies.
Please show some actual data demonstrating that a more diverse group of people lowers healthcare costs.


Quote Originally Posted by Norm
Oh, poor scott got his feelers hurt. Give us a real world example of what you call "one size fits all" treatment programs.
Read the links I posted.

Quote Originally Posted by Norm
As usual, your references are just some random pages that match some of your key words, but do not support your claims. The one you linked on macro inefficiency, for example, actually supports the idea of single payer in that it cites "The United States’ fragmented financing of health care" as a source of inefficiency.
The only source?


Quote Originally Posted by Norm
What are you claiming is my way?
Obamacare