Some honest talk on health care reform

Some honest talk on health care reform

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Hey, it's good to get some honest information, and you can find it here.

The deal is that there are special interests, like front groups, which have spent a lot of money deceiving the public, and it's time for people of good will to get accurate information.

For example, the proposed plans have a lot to do with the end of health care rationing, check out Reform will stop "rationing" – not increase it

If you want to see an independent party pointing out something just plain lying in this matter, check out Politifact.

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A. Ley

Where's the preventive aspects of health reform? Being healthy involves far more than selecting and being in a private or government sponsored health plan. People do not become ill because they're uninsured, neither are we made well by having "health insurance" that only pays when you get sick. I suggest having a health plan that rewards people for staying well and to that end I've designed a game board that does just that. The winners in this game advance by making illness preventive decisions and selections and identifies the health pitfalls. The objective of this game is to Stay healthy by avoiding getting sick. This game also identifies little recognized good health secrets. Hey Craig how about some sponsorship! The world s waiting!

A. Ley

There's need for a separate health inducing and rewarding economy wherein that representative media can only be used for health promoting items. This would decrease need for so much so called "health nisurance" that requires getting sick to collect. Wouldn't peope be more inclined to stay healthy if being taught how? What if businesses contributed to a Good health fund that assist citizens in being and staying healthy!
I'm willing to set aside a significant portion of the profits from the sale of such a game into a fund to provide recognition and reward to those who have made the best health inducing decisions. Let optimal and good health become the next pursuit and priority and not just being attended to after getting sick.

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