The New York Times has been a vocal supporter of government slave plantation healthcare proposals like Obamacare.
Now the Times has run a story about the rationing of pills in American health care. Just like what is found in socialist countries like Venezuela, Cuba and previously in Soviet Bloc countries! See here.
In recent years, shortages of all sorts of drugs — anesthetics, painkillers, antibiotics, cancer treatments — have become the new normal in American medicine. [Reasons range from] manufacturing problems to federal safety crackdowns to drugmakers abandoning low-profit products.
The Times expose’ conceded that regulatory barriers were responsible for scarcity:
Many drugs are made by only one manufacturer, so production or safety problems at a single plant can have big effects. For another company to begin making the products and getting them approved by regulators requires the right combination of manufacturing capabilities and economic incentives.