I am gratified that he sees one of the same problems with socialism that I do:
With socialized medicine everyone's lifestyle becomes everyone else's business.
He states it very well:
Some might argue that if you're not wearing a seatbelt and wind up a vegetable, society has to take care of you; therefore, the fascist threat "click it or ticket." Becoming a burden on society is not a problem of liberty and private property. It's a problem of socialism where one person is forced to take care of someone else.His column should be on everyone's must read list.