Whatever. I didn't insult you - I just made points you didn't like, and that's probably going to happen again.Thank you. We can resume our discussion.
Any regulations that require employers to provide health care for their employees, and any "incentives" that reward them for doing so.So what are your questions to me? Or your suggestions, whatever? Never mind repeating them, I found them.
1. Eliminate tax deductions for health insurance
How would that help?
2. Eliminate all other tax and regulatory policies that push us into over-insuring, or otherwise promote employer-provided insurance.
Is that question about elminating 'employer provided insurance?
3. Use the Commerce Clause as intended and break up the regulatory fiefdoms that insurance companies have set up at the state level to suppress competition and protect their turf.
I would tent to agree in principle that insurance companies should be stripped of power to influence in general.
4. Re-examine health care regulation that artificially inflates prices. This will happen naturally once people get used to paying for their own healthcare once again.
No.Are you suggesting that people should not insure for HC?