Rand Paul Argues We Don't Have Capitalism In Healthcare

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    Rand Paul will be running for a Senate position in Kentucky in 2010. He is the son of the popular Texas Congressman Ron Paul, and shares similar conservative-libertarian views on life and politics.

    Rand Paul Argues We Don’t Have Capitalism In Healthcare
     
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    Rand Paul is definitely on the right track. If health insurance were limited to catastrophic plans, and we paid out of pocket for all of the basics, costs would come down. It is well worth the time to listen to this interview. If only we had more people pushing for this type of reform, we could address both the access and cost problems involved.
     
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    [youtube]hD5GywcfjNA[/youtube]

    The video for those curious.
     

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