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The Roberts Opinion: It's Not All Bad

2012Conservative Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 9:32 PM
We already heavily regulate medical schools -- so if students could go to medical schools directly from High School (or after a year or two of college) -- provided they had the requisite knowledge that would mean two separate good things for consumers. First, a medical school education would be less expensive (and students would on average borrow less) -- thus, there would be less of a need to charge a high rate for services. Second, doctors would have 2/3/4 years of earning power (assuming retirement at a same age would be constant). Some med schools permit this now -- but if all did costs would fall.
kenar Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 9:39 PM
Cutting costs is the overall answer,

What about they start to study natural medicine and ditch most of the the FDA's-Big-Pharma's, unneeded, ineffective, over-priced, toxic-side-effect-filled drugs !
Marie150 Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 10:06 PM
And you do not mind paying for government bureaucrats?
ResistWeMuch Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 9:36 PM
States regulate medical schools and licencing, not the Federal government. The same is true with regard to law licencing.

John Roberts is not a “traitor to his philosophy.” He is not a liberal. He is, above all else, a very strict originalist, and the Chief Justice of a Court that is acutely aware – and wary – of its role in politics. Understand that his opinion, though certainly not ideal for the Right, contains more good news for conservatives in its pages than it does on its face.

So let’s take a look at his surprising opinion – the controlling opinion, as it’s called, which sets precedent and “say[s] what the law is,” as Marshall said so long...