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What do liberals think of my “free market” healthcare plan?

Question by YES WE CAN!: What do liberals think of my “free market” healthcare plan?
Liberals keep complaining that Republicans don’t have a plan for reforming health care in America. I have a plan!

It’s a one-page bill creating a free market in health insurance. Let’s all pause here for a moment so liberals can Google the term “free market.”

Nearly every problem with health care in this country — apart from trial lawyers and out-of-date magazines in doctors’ waiting rooms — would be solved by my plan.

In the first sentence, Congress will amend the McCarran-Ferguson Act to allow interstate competition in health insurance.

We can’t have a free market in health insurance until Congress eliminates the antitrust exemption protecting health insurance companies from competition. If Democrats really wanted to punish insurance companies, which they manifestly do not, they’d make insurers compete.

The very next sentence of my bill provides that the exclusive regulator of insurance companies will be the state where the company’s home office is. Every insurance company in the country would incorporate in the state with the fewest government mandates, just as most corporations are based in Delaware today.

That’s the only way to bypass idiotic state mandates, requiring all insurance plans offered in the state to cover, for example, the Zone Diet, sex-change operations, and whatever it is that poor Heidi Montag has done to herself this week.

President Obama says we need national health care because Natoma Canfield of Ohio had to drop her insurance when she couldn’t afford the $ 6,700 premiums, and now she’s got cancer.

Much as I admire Obama’s use of terminally ill human beings as political props, let me point out here that perhaps Natoma could have afforded insurance had she not been required by Ohio’s state insurance mandates to purchase a plan that covers infertility treatments and unlimited ob/gyn visits, among other things.

It sounds like Natoma could have used a plan that covered only the basics — you know, things like cancer.

The third sentence of my bill would prohibit the federal government from regulating insurance companies, except for normal laws and regulations that apply to all companies.

Freed from onerous state and federal mandates turning insurance companies into public utilities, insurers would be allowed to offer a whole smorgasbord of insurance plans, finally giving consumers a choice.

Instead of Harry Reid deciding whether your insurance plan covers Viagra, this decision would be made by you, the consumer. (I apologize for using the terms “Harry Reid” and “Viagra” in the same sentence. I promise that won’t happen again.)

Instead of insurance companies jumping to the tune of politicians bought by health-care lobbyists, they would jump to the tune of hundreds of millions of Americans buying health insurance on the free market.

Hypochondriac liberals could still buy the aromatherapy plan and normal people would be able to buy plans that only cover things like major illness, accidents and disease. (Again — things like Natoma Canfield’s cancer.)

This would, in effect, transform medical insurance into … a form of insurance!

My bill will solve nearly every problem allegedly addressed by ObamaCare — and mine entails zero cost to the taxpayer. Indeed, a free market in health insurance would produce major tax savings as layers of government bureaucrats, unnecessary to medical service in America, get fired.

For example, in a free market, the government wouldn’t need to prohibit insurance companies from excluding “pre-existing conditions.”

Of course, an insurance company has to be able to refuse new customers with “pre-existing conditions.” Otherwise, everyone would just wait to get sick to buy insurance. It’s the same reason you can’t buy fire insurance on a house that’s already on fire.

That isn’t an “insurance company”; it’s what’s known as a “Christian charity.”

What Democrats are insinuating when they denounce exclusions of “pre-existing conditions” is an insurance company using the “pre-existing condition” ruse to deny coverage to a current policy holder — someone who’s been paying into the plan, year after year.

Any insurance company operating in the free market that pulled that trick wouldn’t stay in business long.

If hotels were as heavily regulated as health insurance is, right now I’d be explaining to you why the government doesn’t need to mandate that hotels offer rooms with beds. If they didn’t, they’d go out of business.

I’m sure people who lived in the old Soviet Union thought it was crazy to leave groceries to the free market. (“But what if they don’t stock the food we want?”)

The market is a more powerful enforcement mechanism than indolent government bureaucrats. If you don’t believe me, ask Toyota about six months from now.

Right now, insurance companies are protected by government regulations from having to honor their contracts. Violating contracts isn’t so easy when co

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How I Made Over $6 Million In The Stock Market – After taxes

How I Made Over Million In The Stock Market – After taxes
Read the report where a real life stock trader has turned a 0,000 account into over Million in the stock market in 6 years, after deducting taxes (his real gains are nearly million).
How I Made Over Million In The Stock Market – After taxes

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The only guide for dealing with Restraining Orders on the market.

The only guide for dealing with Restraining Orders on the market.
The only practical guide for dealing with False Restraining Orders on the market. The Top 10 tips to stay out of jail long enough to clear your name. 60% affiliate commissions in a market with no competition!
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How to Market Yourself as a Personal Injury Lawyer (ExecSense Webinars)

How to Market Yourself as a Personal Injury Lawyer (ExecSense Webinars)

In How to Market Yourself as a Personal Injury Lawyer, ExecSense examines specific ways to use social media web sites, press releases, speaking engagements, and published articles as a way to market yourself and attract more clients. Take the 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPod or printed out) to understand how to do a better job marketing yourself as a personal injury lawyer through each of these media and the best ways to establish yourself as the go-to personal injury lawyer that clients will want for their most challenging legal matters.

The webinar is led by an expert at helping personal injury lawyers market themselves, Merilee Marsh, and focuses on:

Everything you need to know in 60 minutes about how to market yourself as a personal injury lawyer and attract more clients

Surefire methods for taking advantage of the unique marketing opportunities offered by social media web sites, press releases, speaking engagements, industry/trade web sites and publications, and other media outlets to effectively market yourself as a personal injury lawyer

Specific suggestions for personal injury lawyers on the best social media web sites, speaking engagement venues and legal publishers that will help you reach potential clients

Answers to the ten questions most asked by personal injury lawyers about how to successfully market themselves and attract new clients

Case studies of other personal injury lawyers that have had success marketing themselves, and important lessons learned

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What is the job market like for attorneys in Boise?

Question by you did three things wrong: What is the job market like for attorneys in Boise?

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what can you do to get in trouble up there. try fargo i hear they have a wood chipper problem

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2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - November 15, 2010 at 8:15 pm

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Discover The Secrets To Market Your Prepaid Legal Services


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Discover The Secrets To Market Your Prepaid Legal Services

More individuals are looking for way to make money outside the traditional realm of the nine-to-five job.  In response to this growing search there have been many developments regarding the financial gain options related to the small business venture.  Also in response to this growing interest the government has introduced various tax laws that offer huge breaks for individuals who take the plunge into small business ownership.  

With all of these advantages found for the new home based business owner the only decision to make is what avenue of business to pursue.  An opportunity that has grown in popularity recently regarding prepaid legal services may be the right option for you.  Prepaid legal services include a collection of experienced attorneys who have pooled their efforts and offered their services at any time to individuals for the small rate of a monthly fee rather than a high retainer.  The prospect of this business opportunity offers high returns to any individual who markets the idea effectively.

An new business entrepreneur has the opportunity to follow a few different paths when it relates to the marketing of prepaid legal services.  Meeting with clients for face-to-face meetings pertaining to the sale of prepaid legal services represents the first path available.  The success of his method this been great since this is the traditional approach to marketing prepaid legal services.  When you pursue these avenues of marketing prepaid legal it is important to decide the specific individual you will be pursuing.  

Prepaid legal services does offer services that can be marketed to any individual but it is hard to devise a pitch that can be used on every individual.  When you set your focus on a specific group, such as small business owners, you can customize your pitch to appeal to them.  In addition the experiences you have working with small business owners can help you in predicting the questions or concerns an individual may have about the service.  Once you have mastered the sales pitch to business owners and have maximized that resource you should pursue another avenue of clients.  Simplicity is vital when starting a new business.

Although the face-to-face method of marketing is the tradition of prepaid legal selling it does not appeal to every individual.  If this is not the marketing method that appeals to you there are other paths that can be followed regarding selling prepaid legal services.  Small business have recently found great success selling their goods or services on the internet and the opportunity for prepaid legal services does exist online.  

For the web savvy individual the internet can be a powerful marketing tool in capturing new clients.  Prior to the designing of your prepaid legal site there are some possible issues that require to be addressed.  Identifying the region that your attorneys offer theirs prepaid legal services to is the first identified issue.

When you have an attorney that only services citizens of America then you will create a prepaid legal scam if you sell those services to citizens of other nations.  If the attorneys only service a specific region, state or county then it is your responsibility to convey this in the website.  Prepaid legal services offer great opportunities but honesty is the first tool related to successfully selling prepaid legal services.  

To discover more on Prepaid legal services and what it offers you as a seller visit the website prepaid legal.

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Stock Market Trading Pro System

Stock Market Trading Pro System
How to Earn High Rates of Return Safely and Take Control of Your Investments
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Race Advisor Pro Members Services
The Race Advisor Pro Members Services provides a variety of horse racing and betting services.
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