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Deroy Murdock Explains How to Promote Paul Ryan’s Proposed Medicare Reform

Dr. Wood Wrote: Aug 27, 2012 1:45 PM
There is an unmentioned positive aspect to the Wyden-Ryan Plan. And that is preservation and expansion of the personal doctor-patient relationship and trust. Incentive and innovation will once again be restored to the medical profession with confidence in professional diagnosis and judgment. Therein lies the superiority of American Medicine that has developed in the US and is stiffed by the "progressive" Democrat approach to delivery of medical care. D.L. Wood

When I give speeches about entitlement reform, I often make the point that there’s nothing radical about Paul Ryan’s plan to reform Medicare.

Spending will go up, for instance, not down. And the reforms only affect people under age 55. This is evolutionary change, not revolutionary change.

But my main example is that future seniors, for all intents and purposes, will have a health plan similar to what’s now available for Members of Congress. Not only the politicians, but also their staff and the entire federal bureaucracy.

I’m not the only one to think this is a powerful point. Here...

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