That 7% is all predicated on paying the current bill....what I am talking about is a sure-fire way to REDUCE the bill, and to remove profit from the equation. For me, nothing that keeps either of those in has a chance.
Originally Posted by canio6
If all of those changes were instituted, it would essentially a "state-run Medicare for all" plan, with elected officials presiding over it. It would of course require a lot of rules against lobbying, term limits, etc, but it would work.
I cannot imagine that with all of those drivers on cost, the out of pocket would be higher. I am suggesting a SINGLE tax on all healthcare, to replace the death of a thousand cuts we have now. Overall it would end up much, much less.
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