MikeS1952 Wrote:
Aug 10, 2013 10:12 AM
Even more simple, get governments nose and hands out of private decisions..... It's quite simple on the tax side also. If you pay for a medical service (and don't let the government decide what that means) you deduct it (eliminate the complexity of adjusted gross income, limitations, itemized deductions and all the bull hockey).... If you pay for medical insurance you deduct it. If access to medical services is so important that they thought a 3,000 page bill was necessary, doesn't it follow that it is important enough that it should outweigh the government's greed and desire to pluck the money needed to get it out of our pockets?