what I know is that the healthcare costs in the U.S. are twice as high as anywhere else and we are one of the only market based system.
Other countries along with the U.S. ( medicare) spend far less on their healthcare than we do.
There is no comparison in CD playeras and healthcare except that healthcare makes a differnece in someones life and CDs do not. In your mond as long as people have a TV in every room then the economy works. I think health and education are far more important and are things that actually make a difference in proples lives and are both rising in costs. Too bad the wages of Americans are not keeping pace with increased productivity or they might be able to afford such luxuries. But hey the cost of CD players have gone down so that makes a difference, huh?
Yers healthcare does not work in a market-based system like CDs might.