H.R.2629 - Coercion is Not Health Care Act

To protect the American people's ability to make their own health care decisions by ensuring the Federal Government shall not force any American to purchase health insurance. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: Coercion is Not Health Care Act as introduced.
  • Official: To protect the American people's ability to make their own health care decisions by ensuring the Federal Government shall not force any American to purchase health insurance. as introduced.

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  • allenhip2 06/07/2009 9:45am

    America desperately needs a Single-payer National Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan.

    The public/private health insurance plans have not given us the solutions needed to keep costs down. Change is comming and this bill will NOT stop that change.

    Allenhip2

  • callagan 06/08/2009 6:01pm

    allenhip2 – You think this is going to reduce your health care cost? Think again. Once the government gets into the mix, there will be nothing but bureaucracy, delays, bad service, high costs, and you will be face to face with the woman that Obamacare hired from the DMV (they’re so efficient) when you finally get to the head of the line with your broken leg. The efficiency of the DMV, the service and prices of the post office, the heartlessness of the County Planning (ever try to get a building permit lately?), and the intrusiveness of the soon to be named health care records branch. Yeah, what a deal!!!

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    SamBatista 10/25/2009 4:16pm

    This comment is very accurate in it’s sarcastic depiction of what would happen if healthcare was mandated by the government. I’m was born in Portugal (America is my home though), and they have a government controlled healthcare system. This comment really portrays an accurate depiction of healthcare in Portugal. Waiting lines at the hospitals are horrendous, service is usually quick, impersonal, with little responsibility for mistakes.

    There are doctors and nurses getting sued constantly for mistakes. And usually doctors can afford better lawyers than the average individual. Sure healthcare is free there, but I’d rather pay to get top noch service and attention here in the United States.

  • deadeye303 06/24/2009 12:22pm

    To really lower the cost of health care it should be forbidden for employers to pay for medical insurance. We should all purchase our medical insurance they way we buy automobile insurance. How much choice do you have with an employer-provided policy? Your health care decisions are being made by bureaucrats and accountants instead of you and your providers.

  • SamBatista 10/25/2009 4:11pm

    Why hasn’t this bill gotten any attention? There are so many angry people with the current legislature making its way through Congress but no one seems to notice this little bill that proposes to end all federal involvement with healthcare.

    I truly don’t comprehend this country.


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