National Health Insurance: solution ... or part of the problem?
We all have a right to decent health care. Many poor and working people, though, are denied decent health care due to the rising cost of health care services and high insurance premiums.
A principle upheld by insurance companies and shared by all other businesses operating under the economic laws of capitalism, is that you get no more than what you pay for and, in most cases, you get less. This principle is in contradiction with the view that health care is a right that everyone should get the care they need and should pay for it based on their ability.