The CEI site also includes additional video commentary on the piece.
If you’re unfamiliar with the essay, I strongly recommend reading it, as it provides a truly effective, because wonderfully concentrated, crash course in free markets and free enterprise — and as such, it is a repudiation of the kind of managed economies preferred by those whose Ivy League hubris and the totalitarian impulses that come with it often leads them to believe they can be more effective micromanaging an economy than can a spontaneous order brought about by the millions upon millions of branching transactions that occur daily in a free market economy.
Apply the lessons here to something as complex as the health care system our government and their bureaucratic army is poised to take over, and it’s clear that this can’t possibly end well, particularly when those running it for the most part haven’t the slightest idea what all it entails.
Think Michelle Obama acting as the country’s nutritionist-in-chief writ large. Very, very, very large.
Because that’s the kind of thing that’s coming: prideful masterminds leaving behind failure and its stepchild misery, all on our dime.
Pass it along to everyone you know, of every political stripe, through every avenue of dissemination you have available to you. Because who knows? It may just cause a few light bulbs to go on over the erstwhile dim heads of the economically illiterate emotionalists we’ve surrendered our sovereignty to.