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Health care solution

March 22, 2013

Much has been discussed about the cost of healthcare and how to “fix” the problem....

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MrShaman

Mar-22-13 8:38 AM

"The best way to reduce the cost of actual health care is to eliminate most of the cost of complying with government and insurance regulations that have nothing to do with actual healthcare." - Phil Underwood

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Such as....??

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USABorn

Mar-22-13 9:12 AM

Right on Phil! Ignor Hilfilthy, he is just an uninformed liberal.

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CMReeder

Mar-22-13 9:56 AM

I know for a fact that John is not MrShaman. Which goes to show how much those on the right are wrong.

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CMReeder

Mar-22-13 10:00 AM

To the letter, What regulations? Here we go again Phil says regulations and doesn't site specifics just a generalization and then makes the claim that this is why costs are so high. Again Phil has made an argument with no facts to support it.

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rick424

Mar-22-13 12:09 PM

It pains me to say this, but I agree with this to a point. There are regulations to protect patients.

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philunderwood

Mar-22-13 12:45 PM

We’re discussing the most regulated industry in our economy and a couple of the silly people want specific examples; it figures.

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SteelerFan

Mar-22-13 2:05 PM

Chuck: 'I know for a fact that John is not MrShaman. Which goes to show how much those on the right are wrong.'

another iron clad example from Chuck.

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CMReeder

Mar-23-13 8:38 AM

Steeler is throwing trash from his window.

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CMReeder

Mar-23-13 8:44 AM

"We’re discussing the most regulated industry in our economy and a couple of the silly people want specific examples; it figures."

It is healthcare and you just treat like an ordinary business/industry. We are talking about diseases, contagions, public health. So once I am going to ask what regulations are so bad that they need to be eliminated to bring down costs.

As usual Phil you say regulation and you think you are covered. Which regulation is too costly to have? How is it too costly? Why is it too costly? It is more than obv ious Phil that you don't know specifics just a general long held libertarian view with foundation.

Put up or shut up! You have been shooting blanks for wy too long. Get to the specifics not a generalization.

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philunderwood

Mar-23-13 10:23 AM

Government regulations.

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MrShaman

Mar-23-13 12:59 PM

"We’re discussing the most regulated industry in our economy and a couple of the silly people want specific examples; it figures." - philunderwood

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In-other-words, ya' got NOTHING (but, rhetoric)!!!!!

It figures....

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MrShaman

Mar-23-13 1:03 PM

"Government regulations." - philunderwood

ooooooooooooooooooooooooo....

Very "impressive"!!

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CMReeder

Mar-23-13 9:19 PM

Again Phil you can't name a specific regulation. You have nothing. That is what I expect from a crazy libertarian, false statements.

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