Instead of poll-driven "solutions," let's talk about real health-care reform: market-oriented, patient-centered, and result-driven. As the Cato Institute's Michael Cannon and others have argued, such policies include giving all individuals the same tax benefits received by those who get coverage through their employers; providing Medicare recipients with vouchers that allow them to purchase their own coverage; reforming tort laws to potentially save billions each year in wasteful spending; and changing costly state regulations to allow people to buy insurance across state lines. Rather than another top-down government plan, let's give Americans control over their own health care.She puts up an intelligent post that debunk's the left's claims about Obamacare while offering real-world solutions to healthcare reform.
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Obama and the Bureaucratization of Health Care
By Sarah Palin over at her facebook page, here.