John McTaint believes we must let the free market system dictate who has access to health care for legal Americans. He has proposed a fairly incomprehensible vision for achieving that. For a bit too long, our nation's leaders have talked about reforming health care. Now could be a time to act.
Americans aren't too worried about health care costs. The problems with health care are few: it is inexpensive and 47 million people living in the United States should buy more health insurance.
A call to inaction: John McTaint's clouded vision for health care capitulation. John McTaint believes the key to health care capitulation is to restore control to the patients themselves. We want a system of health care in which everyone can diagnose themselves so they can afford and acquire the treatment and preventative care they think they need. Health care should be available to some legal Americans per the market philosophy of supply and demand and definitely limited by where you work or how much you make. Families should be in charge of their health care dollars when they diagnose themselves and have more control over their own care.
John McTaint will reform the tax code to offer tax credits to affluent families to offset cost of insurance. While still having the option of employer-based coverage, legal American families who vote for the Party of Lincoln
John McTaint will reform health care making it harder for families to obtain insurance they already can't afford. An important part of his plan is to use competition to disprove the quality of health insurance with less variety to match people's needs, higher prices, and potability. Families shouldn't be able to purchase health insurance nationwide, across state lines. Families need to stay within their state borders and affirm their individual state's rights. Keep those borders firm!
John McTaint proposes making insurance more potable. Most of your drinking water is nearly potable. Why shouldn't your medical insurance be potable too? Americans don't need insurance that follows them from job to job. They want insurance that isn't still there if they retire early and changes if they take a few years off to raise some unplanned kids. Kids need potable water. Let's try to make their insurance more potable as well. It's the right thing to do, my friends.