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Krauthhammer Discusses Medicaid Expansion: Conservative Governors “Can Act Honorably Either Way”

John6445 Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 9:39 AM
Baloney. You have the typical liberal view of business. When a company has to make a profit to say in business, they do things efficiently. On the other hand, the government just keeps spending our money with no regard for efficiency. In 2010, Medicaid paid over $60 billion in fraudulent claims. The top 14 health insurance companies combined did not make $60 billion in profit. If the government got out of the way and let the insurers compete in a free market, health insurance would affordable.
Mike4166 Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 2:16 PM
Don't forget actual and constructive tort reform. That would erase over 30% of the cost of healthcare over night.

Florida Governor Rick Scott was one of Obamacare’s earliest and most vociferous critics -- one of many reasons why conservatives are up in arms now that the Sunshine State will accept federal funds to expand its Medicaid program. In some ways, conservatives are justifiably apoplectic, but as Charles Krauthammer explained on ‘Special Report’ last night, the situation in Florida is more nuanced than meets the eye (h/t NRO):

“You can act...