Nothing says good sense like Paul Krugman these days. The Nobel Prize-winning economist recently said that the United States should go back to a 91% top tax bracket; now he says at The New York Times that he’s looking forward to healthcare being run by the DMV. Seriously:

As it happens, I’ve recently had fairly extensive dealings with both our health care system and with the New Jersey DMV. In one case, I encountered vast amounts of paperwork, mind-numbing bureaucracy, and extremely frustrating delays. In the other, my needs were met quickly and politely.

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