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Let Individuals, Not Politicians, Make Health Care Decisions

George10 Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 11:17 PM
The best solution of all would be tort reform and allowing the purchase of policies across state lines. Otherwise, the feds should keep their overly long noses out of heath care. Show me where the Constitution places health care regulation in the powers of the feds.
Texas Chris Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 8:32 AM
Good start, but Tort won't do it by itself. ALL healthcare regulation at the federal level must be repealed. Having Obamacare "repealed and replaced" isn't going to fix it.

Repeal Obamacare, Medicare, Meidcaid, and all other federal healthcare regulations, refund the money taxed to pay for it (print it if you have to, Bernanke), and let the states handle it as they will.

No need for the feds. None.
The health care debate is a great example of why Americans hate politics.

Both Republicans and Democrats pursue their plans with ideological zeal and reckless disregard for the truth in hopes of winning 51 percent of the vote. Voters hold their nose and choose but would rather have their leaders search for consensus. That would require taking a little bit from the president's plan, a little bit from the Republicans and a lot from what voters think should be done.

Currently, Republicans are seen as wanting to give more authority to insurance companies, while Democrats want more...