Repealing and Replacing Obamacare with Patient Power | Heartlander Magazine

Ferrara, Peter

Peter Ferrara

Obamacare can be repealed and replaced by free-market, Patient Power health care reforms based on sharply expanding individuals’ power, control, and choice over their own health care, while ensuring health care for all, but with no employer mandate, no individual mandate, and sharply reduced taxes, federal spending, and regulation.

Unlike Obamacare, such reforms would actually reduce the growth of health care costs, through proven free-market incentives and competition, and would promote job creation, rising wages, economic growth, and general prosperity for working people.

Obamacare was sold under the promise of universal health coverage for all, but the Congressional Budget Office projects Obamacare will still leave 30 million uninsured 10 years after full implementation. Moreover, millions of people actually lost insurance upon implementation of the individual mandate, and many millions more will probably lose coverage upon the delayed implementation of the employer mandate, which even the Obama administration unilaterally pushed back, fearing the political effects before the 2014 elections.

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