From: AZDuffman on
On Dec 18, 1:13 pm, Michael Coburn <mik...(a)verizon.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 08:47:56 -0800, Rachel Uchitel wrote:
> > As Obama has hinted, without meaningful cost controls on major
> > components of our medical-health programs, the result will eventually be
> > U.S. BANKRUPTCY!
>
> > -------------------------
>
> Yet the following article tells us _WHY_ the current legislation _DOES_
> start to bend the costs curves of health care.  And, more importantly the
> current legislation is _NOT_ the end. It is only the beginning.  Sooner
> or latter there will be a bill in the congress that directly addresses
> the problem of drug costs and and bill that addresses a valid, market
> supported "Public Option".  These things are not precluded by them being
> missing in the current bill.  They are merely being delayed.  Let us hope
> for a very SHORT delay and encourage our congress critters to stay on the
> job after the current legislation is passed.


Problem is liberals will "address" drug costs by simply controlling
prices. Which anyone who has spent a day in their life in the real
world vs. a university or government knows will totally stop
innovation. Why innovate if you can't make any profit off of yoru
idea?

The so-called "public option" is just a trojan horse to single-payer,
shich has proven to cause rationing wherever it is tried. If the left
would get over their religious objection to anyone making a profit and
instead let MORE competition we would get lower costs. Instead we
have a POTUS who actually wants to run private insurance companies out
of business.

Either way we are lucky it is looking more and more like the whole
thing may go down the tubes just in time to save us from this
disaster.
From: Rod Speed on
AZDuffman wrote:
> On Dec 18, 1:13 pm, Michael Coburn <mik...(a)verizon.net> wrote:
>> On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 08:47:56 -0800, Rachel Uchitel wrote:
>>> As Obama has hinted, without meaningful cost controls on major
>>> components of our medical-health programs, the result will
>>> eventually be U.S. BANKRUPTCY!
>>
>>> -------------------------
>>
>> Yet the following article tells us _WHY_ the current legislation
>> _DOES_ start to bend the costs curves of health care. And, more
>> importantly the current legislation is _NOT_ the end. It is only the
>> beginning. Sooner or latter there will be a bill in the congress
>> that directly addresses the problem of drug costs and and bill that
>> addresses a valid, market supported "Public Option". These things
>> are not precluded by them being missing in the current bill. They
>> are merely being delayed. Let us hope for a very SHORT delay and
>> encourage our congress critters to stay on the job after the current
>> legislation is passed.
>
>
> Problem is liberals will "address" drug costs by simply controlling
> prices. Which anyone who has spent a day in their life in the real
> world vs. a university or government knows will totally stop innovation.

How odd that the japanese govt controls prices and that doesnt totally stop innovation.

> Why innovate if you can't make any profit off of yoru idea?

No one said anything about no profit, you silly little pathological liar.

<reams of your pathological lying flushed where it belongs>


From: Peter B on

"Michael Coburn" <mikcob(a)verizon.net> wrote in message
news:hggn6i6ne(a)news2.newsguy.com...
> On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 10:50:12 -0800, AZDuffman wrote:
>
>> On Dec 18, 1:13� pm, Michael Coburn <mik...(a)verizon.net> wrote:
>>> [quoted text muted]
>>
>>
>> Problem is liberals will "address" drug costs by simply controlling
>> prices. Which anyone who has spent a day in their life in the real
>> world vs. a university or government knows will totally stop
>> innovation.
>> Why innovate if you can't make any profit off of yoru idea?
>
> There isn't a problem with liberals, lying pig. Liberals are centered
> on
> JUSTICE with compassion. Nothing wrong with it.

That is illegal and unsound.

Liberals are already trying to control costs and eliminate high income
jobs. They do not care what the contract reads they want their ideas
enforced. Yet, Obama paid huge monies to cover the debts of Hillary
running for office and took the monies out of the recovery monies to do
so. Similar things for other people. You call that justice with
compassion. I call it cronyism