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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Reviving American Health Care

Reviving American Health Care

I'm concerned that we're creating a system of corporate fascism in the American health care industry. You can learn what I mean by this, and what we can do about it here.

Here is my personal letter to my representatives.

Hello. I oppose any more involvement from the federal government in health care. Rather than the federal government being involved in health care, this should be left to the states. The 10th amendment of the US constitution says "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved for the States respectively, or to the people." The US constitution doesn't give the federal government the power to control health care. The more the federal government is involved in health care, the less competition there will be in the quality of health care people get. Just because the federal government is already partly involved in health care doesn't make it right.

end of letter

I would like to challenge supporters of universal health care to move to a country that has socialized health care such as Canada. I've heard that people in those countries pull teeth out with plyers instead of going to the dentist.

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