Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, and Patriot.
There’s more to the Republican proposal and they invite readers to take a look at it at www.2017project.org.
They admit it’s not perfect, and hope others will find ways to improve upon it.
The one problem that stands out to me is; they plan to solve the problem of expensive preexisting conditions, allocating $7.5 billion a year in defined-contribution federal funding for state-run “high risk” pools.
In reality, all Obama’s Heath Care Denial and Rationing Plan will offer.
At this point I don’t see the government needing to be involved at any level.
Do we need them to helps us buy a car?
The Weekly Standard
Obamacare is failing. Faced with this unpleasant reality, President Obama offered up during his State of the Union address his only remaining defense of his eponymous program: There is no alternative.
“[M]y Republican friends…if you have specific plans…tell America what you’d do differently….We all owe it to the American people to say what we’re for, not just what we’re against.”
We accept the challenge. The 2017 Project, with which we’re associated, has developed an alternative to Obama’s 2,700 pages of federal largess.
The proposal builds upon prior efforts by conservative policymakers and thinkers, including recent proposals from the House Republican Study Committee (RSC) and a trio of senior GOP senators (Tom Coburn, Richard Burr, and Orrin Hatch).
It would solve the three core problems that called out for real reform even before the Democrats passed Obamacare: getting more people insured; dealing with the problem of preexisting conditions; and lowering costs.
Entire article below.