- Apr 2, 2007
- No, sleep, till, BROOKLYN
- 11 Xterra Pro-4x, 12 'stang GT
I can’t think of any policy that works in a vacuum, after all things like opportunity cost exist. Any good policy can be ruined by a different policy with the ability to affect it.If a policy depends on other policies to work well as intended, then you can see it the whole bundle as the actual policy. It's like saying you agree with using hotdog buns to make a hotdog, but then put nails and a Rubik's cube as the things inside the bun. It doesn't make for an appealing hotdog, does it?
Obamacare is a good example, it was meant to make health insurance more affordable for everyone, but it required a tax to be levied on those who didn’t sign up for any insurance in order to spread the costs more evenly among the population.