The only thing we really know about the health care debate — on temporary hiatus for the Independence Day recess in Congress — is that we don’t really know what the resulting policy will look like.
The thing that gnaws at me though, is that if our health-care system ultimately isn’t good for business, particularly for small business and entrepreneurs, it’s a bad idea.
Imagine the innovation that would be unleashed in this country if the potential of bankrupting health-care costs weren’t part of a talented and inspired worker’s calculus of launching a new business.
That’s the reality today.
That was the reality before Obamacare.
That is the reality of the discussion going forward.
It’s also an interesting element of a recent interview with Warren Buffett on public broadcasting last week. In the wide-ranging interview with Buffett – the much-lauded investor king of Omaha – Judy Woodruff of PBS asked
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