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Is There a Republican Alternative to Obamacare?

Birdman III Wrote: Apr 07, 2012 4:32 PM
The Declaration of Independence recognised the right to pursue happiness. I does not guarantee happiness. Our government should get out of the happiness is a state welfare game and stick to the Constitution. The poor who cannot afford insurance should get back to the business of pursuing happiness not expecting happiness at someone else's expense.
LesFalin Wrote: Apr 07, 2012 8:26 PM
You are correct, sir.

The "right to pursue happiness" does not mean a "promise to deliver goodies."

Such a promise is nowhere to be found in The Constitution, but it is very likely in the statement of Democrat Party Planks.

Democrat minions have been conditioned to expect "free delivery."
Elizabeth420 Wrote: Apr 07, 2012 4:47 PM

Just about every Republican candidate for office in the country is an unabashed opponent of ObamaCare. But if they get rid of the Democrat's health reform law, what would they replace it with?

Some critics claim that the GOP only knows what it's against when it comes to health policy. They have no positive agenda for solving the problems of rising costs, inadequate quality and, for many, lack of access to care.

But the critics are wrong. There is a Republican health plan. And it's even more radical and more progressive than ObamaCare! What is it? It's the health reform...