Daniel HorowitzPosted July 20, 2017 02:11 PM
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In the debate over health care, when will our politicians finally discuss … health care? How much longer will our future health care be held hostage to the crony insurance cartel and government?
In this special episode of “The Conservative Conscience,” we hang it all out on the line and present a way to repeal Obamacare without actually repealing it — by rendering it moot. Through price transparency reform and cost-sharing associations, we not only solve the Obamacare problem, but the entire health care problem that predated the ACA.
These reforms are easier to message and will actually make the entire industry function like a real market. Most importantly, they will cut out the need for third parties and government and their ability to distort and destroy the health care market.
Let’s move beyond the semantics of repealing Obamacare, which is not happening anyway, and actually pursue these foundational reforms that will restore the consumer as king and make Obamacare nonexistent.
Daniel Horowitz is a senior editor of Conservative Review. Follow him on Twitter @RMConservative.