that is incorrect - the law is written so that even Congress has a hard time overturning their decisions.Suing is hardly a sure thing, and you might actually have an easier time with the government
Americans are generally good hearted people. I refuse to give up hope.I think there are those who feel they are entitled, no matter how well off they are, I have heard the argument many times. But I hope you're right on that one. I just don't think you are.
this is incorrect. yes, the Ryan plan gives people less - but he also gives them what we can afford to give, and he makes sure that those who have difficulty making up the difference get more support to help them. Medicare still offers guaranteed coverage, and it still takes care of the elderly. but we can no longer afford the plans we have been giving.The devil is always in the details. If you change them so much that they really don't do anything, there is not much point. What Ryan does goes a long way towward giving seniors and others much less and toward reforming it in a way that is positive and meaningful.
apparently you missed the part where the prices he charges range from one-half to one-third that of the market.No, you didn't. I know you think that any old thing you throw up is overwhelming, but it isn't. And I make no mistake at all with Dr. Berry. There are more than enough sick people, wealthy sick people
given your schooling by Jeezy where you claimed that state-funded research could match private research.... I would say maybe not as much as you thinkHe doesn't have to lower anything much. I know the profession fairly well.
i never said universally. but it is an option, and the more it is implemented the more prices across the board will be driven down.Going this route universally will never lower the costs enough to make it affordable for a all, or even a majority, and will leave a large number outside without adequate care.