"Health care that's always there" has been the battle cry of the Clinton administration in its attempt to secure health care coverage for all Americans. No one can argue with the sentiment. But just as there's no free lunch, there's no such thing as a free prescription.
The debate over health care reform has focused the attention of the American people on a sore that has been festering for years. Still, the case has not been made for radical reform.
It's also not at all clear,