54% of Americans Support Repeal of Obamacare

A majority of Americans still favor the repeal of Obamacare, according to a new report from Rasmussen. 54% want the government takeover of healthcare repealed, up from 51% two weeks ago.

In addition to that poll, 58% believe that repeal is likely. Of course, that won’t happen with President Obama in office. But as the bill becomes more and more unworkable – see the halting of the CLASS Act – support for repeal will remain high.

And conservatives must keep focused on the ultimate goal: full repeal. Obamacare is increasing health costs for everyone. It was designed to keep costs down and help those who can’t afford health insurance, but the opposite has happened, it’s time to come up with a solution to healthcare that actually works.

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  1. 1. HSA accounts + high deductible insurance
    2. Carryover of HSA balances indefinitely
    3. 10% premium penalty for each year after age 26 that a person doesn’t secure a high-deductible policy + HSA (privately, through employment, or through social safety net)
    4. Equal tax treatment of insurance expenses for all
    5. Transparent prices so people know what things cost and can spend wisely
    6. Same medical pricing for individuals as for insurance companies – no more secret contracts.
    7. Such a plan could phase out Medicare over 30 – 40 years except for the most ill and disabled.
    8. Medicare, right now, should be done the same way. Let the government give the Medicare recipient whatever it now spends. The recipient could then have an HSA and a high-deductible policy – and freedom! The amount could decline as HSA balances rise over the years.

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