In recent days, there has been an uptick in the number of arguments made by anecdote. This always seems to occur whenever Canada comes into play. It’s frustrating. So I’m going to repeat a rule from my old blog:
No anecdotes. Please don’t tell me about Janine, your friend’s hairdresser’s cousin’s wife who had to wait for a gallbladder operation in Canada. I don’t make decisions about the health care policy of The United States based on Janine; moreover, I don’t believe she exists.