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Dina20 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 11:10 AM
If it's so inexpensive, then why is it bankrupting us?
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Improving Health Care

Dina20 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 11:09 AM
Are you a VET? Well, obviously you get special benefits. Why can't insurance be open to the markets nationwide so that people can decide what they want coverage for and have insurance companies bid for their business. People would have their own insurance at low rates b/c of the massive competition, and no longer would people have to worry about losing their health coverage b/c of a layoff. The policy would belong to the individual/family and not the employer.
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Dina20 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 11:07 AM
Stossel is wrong about one thing: he assumes that Americans will be able to afford only catastrophic coverage if Obamacare is repealed, but Stossel forgot his own open-market premise. Costs will plummet when we allow consumers to shop for insurance across state lines nationwide on an open market. Insurance companies will no longer be state-run monopolies. People could pick cafeteria-style those services they want insurance to cover and companies would bid for those consumers' premium dollars. Instead of the pool of potential customers residing in one state alone, the inhabitants of the entire U.S. will open up for insurance companies; this is a win-win.
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