Debt Ceiling Stiller Health Care

Overall, the current negotiations on the debt ceiling Stiller health care as a right shows a fertility of ideas who can help the gap currently between stumpage and increase revenues. Here's how.

Three years ago now, I announced that health care should be a right for all Americans (even though I'm sure I'm not the first to say). Teddy Kennedy at the Democratic convention of 2008 was the same thought. Back on the campaign in Nashville in October 2008, Obama and McCain are asked how each of the health care viewed - as a right, privilege or responsibility. Obama was clear: health is a right. Since then, many of them in Congress mouth the same words.

When I wrote about health care is a right, I did not mean anything in the founding documents of the country, although it is involved in the concept of right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness comes to mind. After all, without our health, we can not do anything, can not be productive for us, our families, our communities, our employers, or even the nation in a global sense. Healthcare is the only one who have everything, and it is equally important to Americans as it is from one to another. The passage in March 2010, in what is known as "Obamacare" was a step in the right direction to achieve this goal, but this law only affects access to health services market, no doctor available to all. Now, of course, the role of rule of law (in which everyone must buy health insurance) was legally challenged and reach the Supreme Court a day earlier.

The award has never been the first choice of Obama - he wanted a public option, but the health insurance industry, and wanted the power to pay what the law is never placed before, in order to obtain his law on ' health care into law, he needed to do some good old horse-trading.

Those who require health care is the nation's elderly. Medicare is a government program started in 1965 to do just that. Without Medicare, millions of these 65 years are unable to afford health care. Now, however, it seems that those who oppose Obama wants to start a "slicing and dicing" of Medicare as part of cost cutting programs right before the debt ceiling is increased.

Actually, in order to reduce the budget, much has been done, and every sector of the economy feels the pain - for those who rely on the defense budget of the Ministry of living for those who do not want to make billions of oil drilling billion dollars, and everything else. To be honest, social rights are part of this combination. But l ', withdrawal or reduction in the removal of the interests of our elderly population, which requires them to stay healthy is disgusting We believe that health care for all Americans should have the right. The right to be and stay healthy for all 65 years is just as important as anyone to have access to health insurance that Congress will soon vote on the debt ceiling. Think someone else to do, or Congress can not believe, and does not recognize the forest for the trees.

For those in Congress, his arrogance will show if you think your health and ability to maintain, is more important than the health of the population that gets in the office.

But if the hairdresser's scissors are made to Medicare, even in a trivial way, so why not now consider setting Obamacare public opportunity, or something like that? No, I do not mean to have the insurance company to run the government to compete with the private market, only to have to provide seed money for a unit that will become self-sufficient in coming years and provide real competition companies to offer health insurance to cover all Americans - including our elderly population. Real competition lowers the price of a product, including health insurance. In this way, at least the elderly (and we all), while there may be some cuts in Medicare as part of the current negotiations of debt reduction will know that an alternative would be available with an optional public the next few years will not use any taxpayer money to finance or run it.