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Date:7/7/2009

the doctor for something minor, they could pay for it out of pocket. With less people abusing the system, waits would be shorter and doctors would be encouraged to charge the least. Today, with doctors getting paid by a handful of third-party corporations, they are encouraged to charge the most.

Government intervention into health care has ruined the industry for doctors too. The government has made the industry less efficient by creating too many licenses and regulations. Doctors now spend half of their time filling out excessive paperwork while worrying about malpractice lawsuits. If somebody has a small bruise on their arm, instead of telling the patient to use ice, doctors now run multiple tests and fill out dozens of forms to comply with regulations and prevent themselves from being sued.

Obama's plan of socialized health care will wipe out the private sector and create less competition. No private health insurance companies will be able to compete with the government, which will be able to operate at a loss continuously. With any remaining efficiencies of the free market eliminated, costs will go up for all Americans in the form of much higher inflation, and the quality of health care will go down.

If we want the U.S. to remain the country where millions of people travel to for top quality medical care, we need to allow the free market to work for itself. Free market principles are the only way to drive costs down while improving the quality of health care."

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