The fact you think I'm liberal suggests an extremism in your personal politics.
No, but arguing we should not spend a single dollar to implement a sweeping reform of healthcare is politically extreme.You think promoting personal responsibility is being an political extremist?
I would say anytime someone wishes to keep an obviously flawed and broken status quo simply to achieve their personal politics is most definitely an extreme position.How about having healthcare as a state issue?
You don't think a 17 trillion dollar debt is politically extreme? How much of that debt is healthcare related and what is the role of the Federal govt. in healthcare?
That would seem to be a very foolish idea. In fact an extremely foolish idea.
A non-extremist would also know a large part of the $17t in debt is owed to ourselves, that a debt has nothing to do with how well an entity can run a particular subject and that a website is nothing like a border.
So...which are you?
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)