Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Health Care Debate Made Simple

I don't know what I am taking about, therefore I can't have an opinion on the policy choices.

Michael Wolff writes,
"So how is it possible to have an opinion -- for so many people to have such heated opinions -- about something that they cannot possibly understand?

The answer is that most of us don't have opinions. The only people who really have opinions are people being paid to have opinions -- for or against. To the extent that people who are not being paid to have opinions have an opinion, these are largely opinions not about health care reform, but about other people's opinions about health care reform. We've been propagandized, in other words."
I think he may be correct. Sphere: Related Content

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