The political liver
Glenn Reynolds thinks health care delivery might get easily entwined in politics as a result of a large government presence in health care reform. "I don't want someone looking to see who I have donated campaign money to before they decide if I get a liver transplant. And If you don't think that's not going to happen, you haven't been paying attention," he said Sunday during a radio call-in show in Knoxville.
Reynolds, Michael Silence and I were on George Korda's show on WNOX.
The column mentioned in the video he wrote for the Washington Examiner on the hidden cost of national health care is here.