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The Supreme Court that.
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Looks to me like the mandate goes down to defeat.
But I don't think they'll throw out the whole lol and that's a split on a decision one of them.
It means that your health insurance premiums -- gonna -- straight.
Because if you get rid of the mandate that means that customers and not being fed to the health insurance.
That means that they still got a couple of preexisting conditions they got Wachovia kids of today to 26 in college back -- a lot of money.
And they don't have these extra customers coming in so health insurance premiums go straight off it of the absolute chaos in the health -- underwater for a councilman.
-- I'm against the current one because I don't think that the constitution.
Should allow the government to tell you that you must buy a -- product.
And that you must engage in a contract get into a contract between a private individual and a private company.
That's overstepping the bounds about central government.
I may be a foreign.
But I really respect the American constitution it keeps us free it keeps government at bay.
And this is one instance whether -- Obama cannot rule -- attempted to go beyond that line increased the power of the central government and at a particular -- for.
What -- -- and -- that we should it -- the whole thing out start again.
A tort reform.
Get the lawyers out of this business as much as you possibly can because they account for a large part of the runup in the price of health -- A number to instigate competition.
Competition between insurance competition between drug companies competition between providers get competition in that that's the best way.
All of getting standards up and prices down -- -- terms governors are -- period.
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The lobbyists got to the legislature -- and the legislature insist that in an insurance contract in the state of new just the diet tree.
Has to be conflict.
Marriage counseling -- to become.
Want Watsco what what ambassador -- that's ridiculous get rid of these mandates for of that insurance company.
Offer the product that you want to buy that he -- offered a competitive price get all of it to third street.
Open so that can't walk out of the management -- discuss important.
On now auto companies are allowed to campaign.
Stated although over the counter right like -- Anadarko or when our yet -- -- mental health insurance commission on and a I don't know I'm sure the something in the rules somewhat as some kind of state federal government relationship which it prevents it some kind of state chartering I don't know what it is but the character Sims -- -- -- -- That the mandate -- -- it is a good idea.
That's just our constitutional yet -- may be.
You really wanna be forced into buying something that you don't think you need and you don't feel that you want or care what -- is that they're here -- -- to help them.
I thank -- except for people -- can't afford left it does judgment yes you'd look at but if people cannot have people can afford.
And don't wanna buy health insurance that should have -- but don't -- second don't make me pay for so if you do we get sick.
The UK before I'm with him or -- by -- insurance when he gets sick quite what -- -- we -- arrangement would you buy some insurance were to get sick everybody would do that wouldn't it.
Well you know you get cancer the ages sixty to you have no insurance -- those union China and on privacy of -- -- go out that you buy insurance I don't and our concern about -- -- I know I know I know like now.
How many times a -- appeared with you know I -- must be half a dozen times in the past year roughly speaking and every single time -- in full committee and your audience for the umpteenth time that you've got cancer.
I feel very sorry for -- -- we feel pretty good well lots I'm fine yeah you know the one I was diagnosed with cancer and inflammation in my body was.
Eight point five horses are off the charts and a breeding ground.
It now it is third diet exercise.
And supplements vitamins is now -- -- that information in my body now there's zero point six.
A wanna ask you something.
How did you feel but the moment you have to make that choice because you weren't given a choice at some point between traditional treatment whether it's chemotherapy or what -- I don't know what it was but traditional treatment.
And the treatment that you went in full you made a choice you have to weigh the risks on either side.
How did you feel about make in that that choice.
It's a good question.
Well I wanna wire I had the luxury of enable it all over the country and talk to all the -- On tour to all of the professionals.
To the best people who treat prostate cancer in the country Peter -- several Cisco.
Let monopoly Harvard newspaper in new York and -- come on almost -- So a lot of -- -- on the bottom line and a wife and a lot of bottom.
And I and and and -- burger it was a good influence.
And it and sums it -- -- literally famous -- and went home.
Think it will say guys name are -- -- as the storm -- of -- -- journalists at McDonald's.
Favors game famous got it anyway and so they all to investment -- -- -- -- myself and I knew just or deodorant.
That you can income battle Lotta things if you're willing to -- -- -- bulletin.
And -- terror journalists strict.
Hold through -- forward completely totally -- him.
And I have some slots sold so to answer your question.
Home -- find him.
Which you weighed the risks are still there -- today you know there was a risk of traditional treatment dean Hornish.
-- -- yet -- and services that you knew there was a risk with traditional treatment but you thought the risk was less with -- treatment that you went in full and that's -- -- -- -- -- blast of holistic approach as opposed to a because are not truthful doctors -- -- troops -- about the side effects of radiation.
Timothy actor or an operation the dimensions of incontinence oral.
-- -- lender like Bernardin.
You look very good -- -- points over the past couple he has his outlook with you in this studio.
You've definitely looked a whole lot that that's a fact now one minimum about a liberal -- don't have -- action.
-- -- -- -- But -- PSA test suggests that.
There's still some -- you can tell by filling up and my trust and and and MRI's collapse of -- it just.
All right and present now how much was you'll calculation affected by the rationality.
But talking to -- it is.
And the emotional.
Point of view talking -- watch out for a -- -- Oh as is fascinating actually because I mean a lot of people will be in you'll position confronted with the same choice is well below I -- -- -- counts.
-- -- -- -- -- -- So why don't most lender what I do is say they want to cancer -- -- home.
So when song but it but it but it can attempt.
Deal with it being inside of them and laws several more -- in the capsule -- on -- -- and skirt.
But I'm screwed anyway you look great I gotta keep going back to you look absolutely -- -- amendment comfortable.
Now the next six feet and a government -- -- jacket to cause others say that but I took several hundred more aggressive for all caught.
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