4 responses to “Ron Paul: Americans should be allowed to “opt out” of Obama’s healthcare system”

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  2. Nick Johnson

    I am now reading Catastrophe by Morris who advises that Obama's plan is to "rationalize" healthcare. I just want to know, what do we as American's have to do to defeat this plan??? Giiven all the facts, I see we will have a long, long wait for healthcare.

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  3. Christine

    The government is deeply in debt and is behaving like a person who is deeply in debt. First it taxes the people for its mistakes (not ours), gives bailouts to the wealthy to cover over their mistakes, buddies up with foreign countries to get cash to spend wildly, for which it will tax the people for generations to come. It has opened up new lines of revenue by collecting interest on home loans, taking foreclosed homes to profit from, is part owner in the car industry for interest on car loans and profit from sales, and now wants to be your health insurance to collect premium for another stream of income. YOU DO NOT WANT THE GOVERNMENT TO HANDLE YOUR INSURANCE. It will not lower costs. 2/3 of the cost for the program will be money already allocated to other defunct medical programs run by the government and 1/3 will be paid by us!! ...and that's on top of the monthly premiums. Medical insurance will be mandatory, whether you can afford it or not. The government will impose a fine if you do not have health insurance. The government's health insurance will drive costs down and other medical insurance companies out of business.....less and less jobs and more layoffs over time. Obama said in his townhall meeting that we could not do the changeover to a government health care system only because it would be too disruptive......but what he didn't say is that it will be slowly disruptive as health insurance companies go through downsizing, layoffs and out of business because they cannot compete with the government's health plan.

    YOU DO NOT WANT A GOVERNMENT PROVIDED HEALTH CARE PLAN TO LESSEN COSTS, as if that will lessen the cost of care. I worked for State government, had bookoo insurance, but could not afford to use it because of the amount left over the insurance company did not pay! Pure profit for the health insurance company...all those monthly premiums and no claims, and in the case of government provided health care, it would be pure profit for the government at our expense (not savings). Government employees are not efficient, caring, timely, accurate, responsible, competent...most of them rest on the assurance that they cannot be fired...no matter how lousy their job performance. When you are in your time of need, sick and in need of health care coverage to pay your medical bills, you do not want to be negotiating with an inept government employee! With at least two government provided medical programs on their resume, medicare and medicaid, that are near collapse, I wouldn't hire them!!

    Health care providers themselves need to be able to lower their costs to affordable....with no middleman (insurance company) needed. Insurance is a highly profitable business. Why else would the government want to get involved? It needs our money!

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  4. Keep The Change

    President Obama offered a wonkish defense of his embattled health-care reform effort during an hour-long town hall meeting in Northern Virginia yesterday that featured seven questions, including one sent via Twitter and several from a handpicked audience of supporters.

    In the stage-managed event, questions for Obama came from a live audience selected by the White House and the college, and from Internet questions chosen by the administration's new-media team.

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