I agree with the Times.
"There is no more rationing by private insurance companies than there is rationing at the grocery store. In a private system, consumers can buy more expensive health insurance plans if they want better benefits. Similarly, in a grocery store, if you want more food, you pay more money. There is no rationing in either case. Prices adjust until the amount people want is the amount that is provided... With people wanting more health care than government programs are going to provide, some government bureaucrat will step in to make decisions. That's when rationing takes place -- not in the private market."
EDITORIAL: Obama misidentifies 'rationing' - Washington Times
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