The United States Constitution does not provide for health care. It isn't a "right" guaranteed to you by our constitution. For this reason, I feel Obama, and the Democratic Party have absolutely no business trying to push government controlled health care onto the general public. With that said, I do believe that our current health care insurance, and health care in general, needs to be overhauled. In a nutshell, health insurance should be affordable to every person in America. If you choose to purchase it, that is your business. If you choose to not purchase it, that's your business also. It should not be "free" and a gift from our government. It should, however, be provided by insurance companies at a price that every American could afford if they truly wanted to obtain it. A policy that is provided by XYZ Company should provide the very same coverage that health insurance provided by ABC Company provides. All of the health care policies should cover the very same medical conditions and that is EVERYTHING that is necessary to promote and provide for good health for yourself. It should not cover things like abortion, plastic surgery, tattoo removal, etc. I'm talking about truly elective kind of things. If you want elective plastic surgery to make your nose look different, then you can pay for that yourself. Same thing with new breasts. If you want breast inhancement you can pay for that yourself unless this surgery is recommended by your doctor due to breast cancer surgery or the like. If a procedure your doctor recommends is necessary for your good health, then the insurance company should cover it fully but not for elective kinds of things. There should be no deductables or co-pays. You pay your insurance company their monthly payments and your medical insurance is then paid for in full for whatever your doctor says you require. Doctors could not charge anymore for a procedure then what the insurance company will pay. Dental care should be included with health insurance. All the same guidelines should apply. All prescriptions should be free. They should be covered in full by your insurance company because after all, prescription meds are a part of your medical care directed by your doctor. You should be able to obtain any doctor you wish to provide your medical care. The insurance companies should have no part of that decision. This is your decision to make and it should be. Not somebody elses. Now, except for passing these kind of laws concerning health care and health care insurance, the US government has absolutely no business with their fingers in the pie. These are my ideas when we talk about health care reform. What are yours?