Building block or stumbling block.... choose.
More straw, I never claimed you did.You don't have a right to have someone pick up your trash.more straw.You don't have a right to have someone bring you food,I disagree. I think it is a fundamental mandate for the state to provide for the general welfare of a population, which at base is the right to basic medical care. This does not preclude that caregivers are slaves, anymore than poll workers when providing the operation of a voting site are slaves.and you don't have a right to be provided with health care.
It is a specious argument meant only to derail.
The only evidence I have is my own impressions of almost every government bureaucrat I've ever had the pleasure to interact with. That would include those on the phones within the Internal Revenue Service (including the Problem Resolution Department), my county so-called experts, business licensing questions, Dept of Motor Vehicles, Dept of Insurance, Depts of Zoning, Senior Services people (for my mom's needs). Hell, even postal employees when it came to Bulk Mail questions. You know, those people who are supposed to have the answers and serve us? Well, it's been my personal experience that even getting one to answer their PHONE is a chore. Perhaps I'm cynical. But I seriously doubt these "Navigators" are much better.
In my OPINION, they will have a cursory knowledge of the products being offered buttressed by Cliffs Notes. Perhaps if I dealt with them, I would be pleasantly surprised.
Perhaps I am wrong. Perhaps your experience with Federal/state employees has been pleasantly different.
Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.
Alexis de Tocqueville