His large professor's pension wasn't decided by the free market but rather through a union's collective bargain agreement.
He died in a hospital that received a large amount of government funding though medicare and medicaid. Many of the patients at the hospital had employer-provided health insurance that wasn't included in the compensation of the employee, but rather was deductable to the employer, another government tax break to companies that provide health insurance. This tax break kept the free market from working. He would talk the free market, but he was a hypocrit.