March 9, 2008

ECONOMY AND HEALTH CARE, TWO CRITICAL ISSUES

AMERICAN FAMILIES ARE HURTING VERY BADLY
"I call on my Democratic colleagues, Senators Clinton and Obama, to join me in supporting the DeMint amendment and make this a bipartisan effort to return the budget to a focus on genuine national priorities. And, in the spirit of openness and transparency in goverment, I call on them to fully disclose all of their earmark requests while serving in the U.S. Senate," Se. John McCain

On health care, Senator McCain believes that: 1) Bringing costs under control is the only way to stop the erosion of affordable health care insurance. 2) Reforming the tax code to eliminate the bias toward employer-sponsored health insurance, and providing all individuals with a $2,500 tax credit ($5,000 for families)to increase incentives for insurance coverage; are a few of the important points to consider when seriouly dealing with the health care situation in this country. 3) Insurance should be innovative, moving from job to home, job to job and providing multi-year coverage. 4) families should be able to purchase health insurance nationwide to maximize their choices, and heighten competition for their business that will eliminate excess overhead, administrative, and excessive compensation costs from the system. Find out more details on McCain economic and health care plans should visit his site.

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