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July 24, 2007

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It can be argued that SCHIP is a socialized medicine trojan horse.

For a program targeted at children (SCHIP: State Children's Health Insurance Program) the states and feds found a way to insure 639,000 adults as well.

There are also Freakonomics-like unintended consequences that come about when public policy expands benefits to individuals that could otherwise afford them via the private sector.

> It can be argued that SCHIP is a socialized medicine trojan horse.

Sure... Except, rather than being sacked in the night by the Greek army, Americans will wake up to find everyone has health coverage.

Horrible, horrible health coverage.

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