Marc Rotterman

It empowers us the customers to make our own choices on what plan and what doctors we want and need and takes the authority out of the hands of the federal government.

The “Obamacare Replacement Plan” also increases transparency, which is sadly lacking in the Affordable Care Act.

And with the introduction of this bill, Senators Burr, Coburn and Hatch have offered a serious and practical proposal to replace Obamacare with something much better for the American people.

And let’s not kid ourselves, this effort by three prominent Senators serves as another purpose, as that is as political rejoinder to Obamacare in the upcoming 2014 elections.

In other words it gives candidates running for federal office an answer to “what’s your solution?”

So as was the case with Kemp Roth, Burr, Hatch, and Coburn “Obamacare Replacement Plan” is not only good policy -- but it is good politics.

Marc Rotterman

Marc Rotterman worked on the national campaign of Reagan for President in 1980, served on the presidential transition team in 1980, worked in the Reagan Administration from 1981-1984, is a senior fellow at the John Locke Foundation in Raleigh, NC and a former member of the board of the American Conservative Union.

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