You contradict yourself in virtually every comment.
So you believe.
These two doozies were in the same comment
And they are not in contradiction.
You cite several countries as free market healthcare systems, then admit than none of them are free market systems.
Find me where I said they were free market systems. I didn’t. The fact is that they are government-run systems which incorporate free market elements to obtain price control. Again, you simply cannot wrap your head around the fact that a universal care system can and should use free market characteristics to obtain pricing discipline. To you, things are either “A”, or they are “B”.
In response to “All are highly regulated, decidedly-not-free markets”:
Your posts are full of these contradictions.
I don’t have to. I just have to capture the words you’ve typed, and show how they are constantly shifting to wriggle out of any substantive statement you’ve inadvertently made, by then stating it means exactly the opposite in the next comment.
But you didn’t. What you did was provide your reading-comprehension-challenged-interpretation of my prose, claim that you are 100% right all the time in your interpretation, and impune me when you misunderstand very clear explanations due to your own erroneous misconceptions regarding how things work.
You want to see a clown? Find a mirror.