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A healthy outside starts from the inside.
Originally created to serve the poorest and sickest among us, the Medicaid program has grown dramatically but still doesn’t include the kind of flexibility that states need to provide better health care for the poor and disadvantaged.
Obamacare is a seriously flawed law that makes health care coverage less affordable, costs taxpayers more than advertised and fails to deliver on most of its other grand promises.
Prior to passage of Obamacare, Americans spoke out against the individual mandate; they didn’t want to change the health care they had; they didn’t want a 3,000-page bill that empowered 15 Washington bureaucrats to decide the future of the doctor-patient relationship.
Giving governors more leeway in administering health care could represent a small, positive development in the ongoing saga of Obamacare. Unfortunately, instead of choosing flexibility, President Obama and his left-leaning advisers always default to rigid ‘Washington knows best’ answers.
I know the exploding cost of health care is at the root of our long-term fiscal challenges.
Americans want and deserve a broad array of health insurance choices so they can identify those that best fit their own individual or family needs. These choices expand when we allow free enterprise to foster innovation, not smother it with taxes and one-size fits all ideology.
The national debate on health care once centered on improving access to quality care, yet the effect of Obamacare will be the exact opposite, resulting in the shameful degradation of care for the neediest individuals.
Under President Obama’s new health care law, Medicaid will become a very different health coverage program than first envisioned.
You may keep your beauty and your health, unless you destroy them yourself, or discourage them to stay with you, by using them ill.
Making music is like being the president: You can’t tell people you’re going to make health care free to get them behind you, but when you get that role, you don’t do it.
Make hunger thy sauce, as a medicine for health.
There’s nothing more important than the health of our babies.
Here’s how I look at it: Life is full of challenges. Everybody has them. For some, it’s health or family crises. I had a financial challenge.
That’s why I wrote this book: to show how these people can imbue us with hope. I read somewhere that when a person takes part in community action, his health improves. Something happens to him or to her biologically. It’s like a tonic.