Words matter. These are the best Rationing Quotes from famous people such as Richard Lamm, Sydney Brenner, Ratan Tata, Sara Gideon, Lee Harvey Oswald, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I believe a nation does not maximize its health care until it starts to ask the hard question: How can we prioritize our expenditures to buy the most health care for the most people? We should not apologize for rationing; we should promote it and advance it.
There was still food rationing in England and life was difficult all through my 2 year stay in Oxford.
India needs to come out of its socialist pattern of doing things on a rationing basis.
If patients are rationing insulin, they are putting themselves in mortal peril to save money. They shouldn’t have to make that choice.
Not a single Mainer should be rationing their medication or avoiding a trip to the doctor because they aren’t sure what it will end up costing.
Revolutions require work, revolutions require sacrifice, revolutions, and our own included, require a certain amount of rationing, a certain amount of calluses, a certain amount of sacrifice.
Every country in the world is battling the rising cost of health care. No community anywhere has demonstrably lowered its health-care costs (not just slowed their rate of increase) by improving medical services. They’ve lowered costs only by cutting or rationing them.
New Jersey has decided that fewer handguns legally carried in public means less crime. It is obvious that the justifiable need requirement functions as a rationing system designed to limit the number of handguns carried in New Jersey.
In the 1950s, as food rationing ended, I remember a plentiful supply of sweets for the first time.
A life of stasis would be population control, combined with energy rationing. That is the stasis world that you live in if you stay. And even with improvements in efficiency, you’ll still have to ration energy. That, to me, doesn’t sound like a very exciting civilization for our grandchildren’s grandchildren to live in.
It is my passionate belief that we can all have better health care through rationing.
If you believe that health care is a public good to be guaranteed by the state, then a single-payer system is the next best alternative. Unfortunately, it is fiscally unsustainable without rationing.
People spending more of their own money on routine health care would make the system more competitive and transparent and restore the confidence between the patients and the doctors without government rationing.
I grew up moving from one council flat to another and finished up in a three-bedroom semi-detached on a council estate in Cranford, a suburb of Hounslow. This was in the days when there was still rationing, and we had to be thrifty.
I don’t like Communism because it hands out wealth through rationing books.
Earth is abundant with plentiful resources. Our practice of rationing resources through monetary control is no longer relevant and is counter-productive to our survival.
It boggles my mind that the same people who cry ‘foul’ about rationing an instant later argue to reduce health care benefits for the needy, to defund crucial programs of care and prevention, and to shift thousands of dollars of annual costs to people – elders, the poor, the disabled – who are least able to bear them.
By rationing in-person meetings, their stature is elevated to that of a rare treat. They become something to be savored, something special.
I remember candy rationing until I was, like, 7.
I believe our health care system is in drastic need of innovative, patient-centered reforms that encourage competition and increase consumer choice, not the bloated bureaucracy, tax increases, rationing, and mandates in the president’s government takeover.
Reversing the escalation of health care costs is going to need more than legislation, yet it can be done without imposing rationing, as critics of reform fear.
We all know what happens with socialized medicine: rationing and stagnant care.
When the 55 mph speed limit came in and the oil crisis caused fuel rationing, the truckers began to look like the last American cowboys.
Do I think that the ACA is going to force rationing upon the American people? Yes.
Even during the rationing period, during World War II, we didn’t have the anxiety that we’d starve, because we grew our own potatoes, you know? And our own hogs, and our own cows and stuff, you know.