Since the CDC has delivered H1N1 vaccine to every US citizen on time and under budget, we should have no trouble handing the rest of our health care over to the Feds...
Wait - there's vaccine shortages you say? The government hasn't been a model of efficiency and cost control?
Our government can't even administer one vaccine, and yet they still expect us to trust them with the rest of our health care.
First of all, let me point out that this shortage is not a particular indictment of President Obama (any more than the last time we had a flu vaccine shortage was the fault of President Bush). The fact is, government is never an effective distributor of goods and services.
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