The lesson learned by this Obamacare experiment is that government can mess up free markets. So many people blindly embrace the notion that the government can fix all our problems.
However, on the positive side, our healthcare systems are still salvageable. Like a wilted houseplant, the roots are alive and can come back if we adjust our policies to allow our free markets to return.
Here is a quote that explains the problems embedded in Obamacare:
“And now that the legislators and do-gooders have so futilely inflicted so many systems upon society, may they finally end where they should have begun: May they reject all systems, and try liberty; for liberty is an acknowledgment of faith in God and His works.
~Frédéric Bastiat – “The Law”
Whether one likes Obamacare or not, it’s still unconstitutional. If someone came to your house and criticized your decorating, it would still be wrong for that person to break into your house and make changes to your decor. Even if the person decorated your house with better colors, fabrics and better furnishings, breaking into your house is not allowed under our laws. Likewise, even if the government came up with a fantastic plan of how everyone can get medical insurance, changing our healthcare system is still outside the prescribed purpose of our Constitution. Here is a video that explains this.
I hope you enjoy listening to our show today as we speak with an expert on how we can undo the damage and how you can have better healthcare for less money.
What is your opinion of Obamacare? Do you want the Congress to repeal it or do something else? Our guest said, “We can kill the beast if we starve it.” What are you doing to starve the beast?
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