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Posted: Monday, October 26, 2009 12:00 am

Obama's health plan is another mandate or Ponzi scam to control every part of your life — no freedom.

This perverted health plan needs to be stopped or force politicians to take it — make them an offer they can't refuse!

I realize that Obama may be God and knows more than doctors, insurance companies or 200 million Americans. It is these simple-minded politicians who feel that way who bankrupted California; by rejecting the people and what they wanted, it cost them over $10 billion a year.

Change the tort laws, where loser pays all. You will see who the criminals are — those who oppose this! It will lower medical costs.

Let's end HMOs and let insurance sell across borders to create competition, not monopolies!

Rebuild the Hill Burton Hospital System; competition made this the greatest country in the world, not mandates, monopolies and the Ponzi scam!

Throw the drug companies out of the FDA and stop the money (bribes) coming from the drug companies, which are one of our biggest killers!

Take the best students who want to be doctors and help them if they need it. Maybe they will return the help by practicing in smaller areas.

Prosecute all fraud, theft and bribes with a minimum of five years and a $500,000 fine.

Issue policies with a $2,000 or $3,000 deductible, and pay doctor calls for accidents and surgery. Doctor calls are abused more than anything else, and so let them pay for them and cost will come down.

Why could you buy hospital coverage in the '50s and '60s for a family of four for $25 or $30 per family? Was it greed that caused this inflation?

Mac Cator

Lodi

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