I'm trying to understand the "rationing" argument for health care reform. This is the argument that there simply is not enough doctors/nurses/hospitals/etc. such that if we let any more people get health care, that all care will have to be rationed. There's absolutely no evidence for this, of course, but that's never stopped the tinfoil hat crowd before.
So here's my question. Isn't not giving health care to the 40 some odd million uninsured in and of itself a form of rationing? Basically, if you are against health care reform because of this fear, you are saying that you are good enough for health care, but the currently uninsured are not and care is being rationed in your favor.
Why is America so damn selfish?