Thursday, March 02, 2006

Bush and Darwin

The well-known advocate of "intelligent design" theories, George W. Bush, is not a guy you would normally associate with Charles Darwin. But when it comes to social policy, Bush has no particular problem with Social Darwinism.

That's particularly true of his health care agenda, which may seem light and lame-o to casual observers, but actually reflects a systematic effort to unravel the whole system of risk-sharing on which not only public programs but private insurance pools depend, and make access to health care a matter of "survival of the fittest." Read all about it in today's New Dem Dispatch.
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