American medical care is still the best. But it will not remain the best if we do not fully restore it now and fight to keep it free from ill treatment caused by government.
In a free market, medical practitioners and medical companies earn more money if they make their patients and customers happy and keep them healthy. That’s the best incentive. I trust that competition more than I’ll ever trust the activists who want to shut it down.
Exponential and unsustainable growth in Medicare and Medicaid spending goes on for the benefit of politicians, not patients, and in the interest of political gains, not public health.
The argument that narrowing the income gap between the wealthy and the poor will improve everyone’s health defies facts and logic.
The claim that the vaccine for measles causes autism has been discredited by evidence.
We are all in danger when politicians enforce Big Government Medicine–the primary goal of which is its own health and preservation.
The FDA has vigorously defended its power to deny drugs to the terminally ill, and it has been successful.
When the FDA calls a news conference to announce approval of a drug, somebody should ask the official how many Americans died from the drug’s not being approved the previous year.
How will Americans escape as Obamacare reduces all care to the response standards of the VA system?
On the FDA banning drugs that can help people.
The only equality that government intrusion can actually deliver is the equality of death.
“I have often wondered at the smugness with which people assert their right to enslave me, to control my work, to force my will, to violate my conscience, to stifle my mind — yet what is it they expect to depend on when they lie on an operating table under my hands?”
Obamacare will harm us on a broader scale, as the underlying nature of the health law’s provisions, and the tactics used to implement them, affect all areas of public and business policy.
ObamaCare looms large and menacing on our horizon.
Obamacare, like all redistributionist programs, turns morality on its head by holding need as the moral standard.