Facta, non verba.
For those of you who have forgotten your Latin, it means "deeds, not words."
There's been a lot of overheated rhetoric about health care reform, but this saying is one that all Americans should return to when considering plans for a government-dominated health system.
In other words, we should judge government, not by its words, but by its deeds.
With this simple principle in mind, what follows are three examples why government can't-- and shouldn't-- run our health care system (at least not any health care system you or I would want to be dependent on).