Healthcare Reform Law – The Conservative Plan

Posted on May 7, 2010. Filed under: Conservative, government, Politics | Tags: , , , , |


After the dust settled on the passing of the Healthcare Reform Bill and the Reconciliation Bill, Americans find they are left with more confusion.  While Democrats were preening over the latest victory, Republicans were left with choices of how to handle the latest debacle by the Progressive Party. 

The American public is alarmed.  The government has passed a bill putting  the US government between patient and Doctor.  At a time when America’s deficit is experiencing exponential growth,  a bill was passed with a pricetag in excess of 2 Trillion Dollars.  The United States owes money to other countries.  Our country is overextended on credit.  Basic accounting rules are the same throughout the world.  When there is too much debt, the borrower will go bankrupt.   The progressives have pursued their political agenda at all costs, to the absolute detriment of the American people.  At a time when unemployment numbers are soaring, more taxes and hardships had been placed squarely on the shoulders of the middle class. 

There have been heated debates on whether to repeal the entire bill at the appropriate time or only parts of it.  Having read dozens of these commentaries myself, it still wasn’t clear what the optimum approach would be to this problem.  I decided to solicit an opinion from a trusted source in Texas.

I contacted Senator John Cornyn for his opinion of what needs to be done about this new Healthcare Reform law.   This Texas Senator has consistently been a valued source not only Texans but for the American people on all things constitutional.   As a judge in Texas, prior to his Senate career,   he provided leadership and exemplary judicial abilities in the courtroom.  

I asked Senator Cornyn what are his thoughts on the Healthcare Reform bill.  What is the most fitting way for the Congress to deal with this law?     

“Republicans seek not only to repeal this health-care law, but also to replace it with something better. Make no mistake: ‘replace’ does not mean tinkering around the edges of this $2.6 trillion law. ‘Replace’ does not mean saying ‘yes but less’ to another unsustainable entitlement. ‘Replace’ means enacting reforms that will actually lower the costs of health care, which the American people want and expect us to do,” said U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas. 

What can “we the people” do to ensure the Republicans get the opportunity to help us?  For the Republicans to be able to execute their plan, the American public needs to take action.  There will need to be a Conservative majority in the Congress and a Republican President in place for their plan to work.   Timing is critical and the time is now to get involved in the process.  Getting out the vote is critical to getting the country back on track.  Talk to your friends and neighbors about this effort.   Support conservative candidates.  In a time of enormous debt and spending in the country, we are in a position to help future generations of Americans by taking these actions. 

A well-instructed people alone can be permanently a free people.
James Madison

 

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First, if Conservatives can win control of Congress in 2010 they can vote not to fund this monstrosity. The President can’t appropriate money. Second, they need to win the White House to change the law in 2012.


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