111 responses to “Ron Paul: We Need to Let People Opt Out of Healthcare”

  1. KoushAcalledKukA

    People have the right to obt out, if they are against it? DUHHHHHH!!!!!

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  2. KoushAcalledKukA

    dont forgett judge napolitano… oh wait, they got rid of his show suddenly. what a coincident… mhhh…

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  3. KoushAcalledKukA

    I think Ron Paul is not propagating the sudden dismantling. as for healthcare, he doesn’t want to get rid of it. he wants people to obt out. I think this is out of discussion. Why should anyone not have the right to choose? that’s the given competition for industry, to actually listen to their needs (or try to manipulate them;)) but i dont see sudden dismantling. Do you mean, because he wants to get rid of the 5 departments? tell me, if you think so… i’d like to talk about that.

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  4. KoushAcalledKukA

    and I agree with you, that the masses today should be more sceptical and never forgett demanding to govern themselves as a result of their responsibility. I agree, that we make too less efforts to take responsibility, making it easier for industry and elite to claim power in a small government.
    these risks, however, should be a motivation, to use paul’s idealistic (even if utopian) policies, to actually take responsibility. I think this is just the best given way (today) since big gov fails.

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  5. DanGRtheMan

    You see, the worst crimes are that which completely take someone out of their comfort zone in terms of pain tolerance, etc. Stability is a virtue. As a system of wealth redistribution, our government works best when income taxes on the rich are high and income inequality is lowest (though communism/complete central planning produces enormous problems and puts too much power into government hands). A replacement system would need to be representative of the people and reduce inequality.

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  6. kvnbacon201

    If government followed what our founding fathers said we wouldn’t be in such a mess. Don’t meddle in affairs of other countries, caused 911 now in stupid, worthless wars. Don’t let private bank institutions control currency, inflation, to much gov powers, making common people poor. Trying expand government less freedoms for common people, controlling education, housing market, health care. Causing a monopoly in high prices in all 3 areas. It’s possible to fix, but it will take a long time.

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  7. ahref2

    I dont get how you americans have so much hate on socialism. We in switzerland have like one of the biggest healthcare systems in the world. Of course its not cheap but its worth it that EVERYBODY can have the optimal medicine…

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  9. KoushAcalledKukA

    and if paul is just a liar, okay, than we are doomed. but that’s not what it seems. he is NOT the bribable wall street politician. What I know, is that Obama stands for war and more crisis, since he is not interested in solving the monetary problems, which all informed people allready understood. we can trust him at least on that one, since he told us (even as a doctor, not an economist) HOW and WHEN and WHY the crisis will start. Krugman on the other hand stumbled on his own incompetence. sorry

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  10. KoushAcalledKukA

    same games in the US. passing laws for lobby and industry. even if government was necessary or ment to be a protector. IT ISN’T ANYMORE. that is for sure. we have to govern ourselfs. There will always be the government to uphold law. to have police etc. but there shouldn’t be papa-kaynes “wiping your butt” as some people always say. and that is TRUE. because first of all noone takes responsibility, ppl get dumb and uninformed and selfish. People automatically would gather together with paulitic.

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  11. KoushAcalledKukA

    in europe we are actually fighting against the ESM. it’s a pretty disgusting piece of paper, which takes all souvereignity from democratic nations, handing them over to a collective of banksters, which can NOT be voted democratically or detached. No Judge can sentence them. NOONE! and they don’t have to be transparent. they can demand limitless amount of money from the countries. All this, just because of the crisis. we are leading towards a united europe state(sounds great), BUT with FORCE!

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  12. KoushAcalledKukA

    you forgett, that we are not peasons anymore. you disregard the communcative phenomenas. You forgett the people actually thinking twice, as if they are in a renaissance 2.0. what will come, has always risks. But you can’t say, that the power did not change. Even if we would be thrown back to feudal times. think of media actually educating ppl, or property rights and responsibility actually protecting you from risky speculations. think of taxes, where ppl decide what to do with, not burocrates.

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  13. KoushAcalledKukA

    Thank you for the discurs. Sorry, but you really want to tell me, that Paulitics will go back to feudal times, or that Krugmans/Democrats idea of bigger government is actually not taking a course much more in that direction? well, sorry there are so many phenomena’s so that we don’t even have to fight about ideologies, everyone of them could be good. NOW, government ist doing everything wrong. (sub-)WAR,CRISIS(paul mentioned), LESS civil-rights! A solution for income redistribution: CROWDFUNDING

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  14. DanGRtheMan

    3. Paul Krugman doesn’t want war – if anything, a conservative ideology that panders to class divides and patriotism more will be more prone to Xenophobic rhetoric 4. Some History for you, back in Feudal times when there was no government redistribution of wealth, it was inefficiently pooled in enormously wealthy, racially pure and militarily powerful Overlords whilst the common people where reduced to Serfs under wage slavery. Show me a solution for income redistribution w/o government.

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  15. DanGRtheMan

    1. Libertarians want Less government, Less regulation, Less Tax, END OF. 2. As for the broken Window fallacy, if taxes FROM THE PEOPLE are put into public services FOR THE PEOPLE and there is a redistribution of wealth that is of NET BENEFIT to the economY, then this is a good thing. Sometimes a centralized effort to co-ordinate the needs of the public + economy can offset any ‘Broken window effect’. Statistics show during democrat presidents – THE ECONOMY GROWS MUCH MORE /watch?v=Y2HpdgEsQBg

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  16. 100PercentOJ

    That’s because elections are bought nowadays. Makes me sick.

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  17. George

    Computer prices are low because of free market principles. Competition is controlling the costs.. Its the only thing the government isn’t regulating. We should be applying the same principles to everything else too..

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  18. KoushAcalledKukA

    and by the way our nobelprice krugman makes some idiotic expressions. i dont know how you can like people like him, advertising for wars and terrorattacks and broken windows for economic growth. ;) ever heard of the broken window fallacy? search for it… BUT NOT ON YOUTUBE, IT COULD BE PROPAGANDA! GO READ IT IN THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA, SINCE THEY ARE WORKING MUCH MORE SERIOUS!

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  19. andreescu2013

    I blame my lack of understanding how even dems not voting Ron Paul instead obama the liar, besides the mitts obamacare reps, I only can think lots of people are spending too much on tv instead Internet. There is no alternative to Ron Paul’s Revolution even if some Americans will never hear what was actually happened just when the Revolution will cut the mass media out of their tvs :)

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  20. x1ctDiamonDx

    there is nothing lacking in freedom OR independence in receiving decent healthcare for ALL it’s not a luxury..it’s a RIGHT!…I have free healthcare & I’m FREE in a free country & free 2 b healthy!!! if economic situations changed for you & you couldn’t afford the high cost of healthcare would you still be saying the same thing while you watched yourself or one of your loved ones die??? from lack of care when that could be prevented?? isn’t it worth it if saves even a handful of children??

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  21. tubeviewerX20

    Ron Paul is a good, intelligent, patriotic man.
    Ex- Air Force.
    Ex- doctor.
    Married to the same woman for 55 years.
    Holding our piece of shit government accountable.
    But the GOP and media shove Mitt Romney down our throats. SICKENING.

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  22. LaMiltonTheHoodrat

    ObamaCare should not have been passed anyway. Whoever voted for it is a socialist traitor.

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  23. LegendarySannin10

    In the words of President John F. Kennedy “As man was born to be, FREE and INDEPENDENT.”

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  24. LegendarySannin10

    ju88ff lol what a stupidass name

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  25. mssainsburys

    What do you do about people, let’s say those many young guys who ride motorcycles recklessly and end up in the hospital, who refuse to pay for health insurance ? What about those young enough to think they’ll live forever? Do we kick them to the curb? Some people have to pay for their own immaturity, but a death sentence or life-long disability seems a bit steep. At the same time, those who pay for their own insurance should be forced to pay for those who refuse to be responsible? A tax penalty for failure to act in your and society’s best interests in regards to health insurance seems like a good first step. What is Ron Paul’s first step to providing insurance coverage for all and controlling related costs?

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  26. lovelymakeupnewbie

    It’s something very complicated but the government taking care of us is never good. It will result in more taxes and government control of your privater life. Being forced to be in the healthcare of fined if not is WRONG! It’s not free.

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  27. lovelymakeupnewbie

    because they already got what they wanted and that’s to get him out the race saying lies, finding anything to take him out of the race. Brainwashed people into thinking he wasn’t president quality. Which is a bunch of lies.

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  28. Surfisher

    The mechanics of How Banks Suck Us Dry — this is the definitive video explaining it in detail. A must see by ALL!

    Share it — and send it to all centers of learning!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsmbWBpnCNk&feature=related

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    1. Surfisher

      Add to this the Feds modus operandi — and it becomes a killer combination (meaning killing We the People financially)!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3hLKpKv3ME&feature=related

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  29. TheFerguscan

    Cavuto has always been good to Ron. Nothing has changed.

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  30. jmjfanss

    I Know that’s right.

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  31. x1ctDiamonDx

    who on earth wouldn’t want health care for themselves or their loved ones? I honestly don’t get it :S

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  32. Surfisher

    The BO or Rmoney?

    Voting for either one of them would be like buying used underwear….

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    1. Surfisher

      Mittney disagrees with himself — all the time, but agrees with The BO all of the time!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vWVdOTFs8M&feature=player_embedded

      What great choices for Americans — whose used underwear will you be buying this time around, come Election Day?

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHAHOzx2-I4

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  33. KoushAcalledKukA

    what about him always telling: “it’s wrong to think, that i endorse less regulations, in fact there would be more regulations, if we do it right.” never heard him saying that? knowbody lets him talk about that in any interview, but do you really think, that in his manifesto or other plans he actually has no clue about this issue or actually wants free markets so bad, that he forgetts about tyranny of corporations? even though he is telling it by name fighting it since 35 years?

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  34. KoushAcalledKukA

    the government has to protect civil rights freedom. tyrannical corporations are pushing in this very moment, and the government backs them up. government shouldn’t be and wasn’t ment to be the regulator or the social planner of the countries economy.
    i think, if your civil rights are build up, you can go to corporations and fight them on every issue, whether it is about wages or ecological etc… you wouldn’t if the state legislates them to do what they want for “a bigger social interrest”

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  35. KoushAcalledKukA

    there are people saying less government is the reason for all our problems. other keep fighting for less regulation, since those regulations always where the problem in their view. even though i think chomsky is right on what he told.. i wouldn’t say, that it couldn’t be because of a perverted neoliberal way of handling goevernment and market. yet we see, that government hass definetely gotten the long arm of corporations. i can think of a private sector with good laws linking less to tyranny.

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