Here’s an excerpt from the Americans for Tax Reform blog:
Many debates in health care over the last decade (or five) have focused on the best way to universally insure all Americans.
The Left believes in a single-payer health care system where all Americans are covered by a single government health care plan.
The Center-Left believes in some combination of socialized medicine and heavily government-subsidized private sector health care.
The broad Center-Right coalition believes in individual choice and control, in particular via use of health savings accounts (HSAs).
But maybe we’re getting the question wrong.