Winthrop Quigley in his Sunday Upfront column on the front page of the Albuquerque Journal gives us a feature evaluating Obamacare.
I would reproduce part of this piece: “Now that more people can pay for coverage, other concerns are arising. … Difficulty accessing care is a big trend, partly because there are not enough medical providers for the care the ACA has unleashed, and partly because for many people insurance is still unaffordable.”
We see here copious compassion for the “non-accessing” group.
Last week an op-ed from a University of New Mexico student, who also pleaded the case for the poor and uninsured, was published as she pitched the “single payer” system prevalent in many European countries.