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All the Republicans -- -- handle that and take it on a politically Republican National Committee chairman right spree of us is in DC he joins us right now.
I I think it's true value yes Stuart you got you had you got my name -- and it's -- little tougher it's still sort of gonna Jack up.
I will repeat -- the basis of -- warning of tough names the last thing we're trying to bring in our got it -- kind of cutting Stewart and Bonnie with a VOK thank you very much.
Well my name's what happens when a Greek and a German get married so there's an explanation here.
All right anyway hello Stuart I love your show go ahead I knew I -- you -- Now what we've -- Chaos in the health system we did move whether we like it or not that's what we've got now.
He gets -- us if we yum if we if there's Supreme Court strikes down the mandate all strikes down the whole of obamacare because we don't know where we go.
What do the Republicans are gonna do about this.
Well I would argue that gives better if the Supreme Court strikes it down monopoly and you think that not immediately known -- strike it down you know we've got more OK also on top of what we got now -- Well women I mean I'd rather straight down individual man not get your question and that we can argue behind the -- later but.
That the point is is that I don't think I don't think you see a whole lot of Republicans out there that are talking about.
-- repealing obamacare without talking about what we do to replace obamacare with something that is a more market driven.
System and program -- I mean there are specifics here too it's not just.
You know week talking points to mean we have we have.
Bills in congress right now that go to junk lawsuits that go to open pricing they go to the ability of people.
That when they leave one's job and they go to another that they can take their insurance plan they have and go across state giants -- -- that just what Iraq.
That's up I just wanna make sure everybody knows what your -- -- about you would go to a system where you've got real tort reform get a lawyer is out as much as possible.
You'd allow frequent to transport that health insurance.
And he would allow insurance companies to offer healthcare all across America not just in the state whether license to whatever so -- different -- repetition and get the lawyers out basically backs the plan.
What would that that's one of the plans the other plan is -- that we need to start moving forward into.
An open pricing system in our health care -- what is happening give below what does that mean here's what it.
Here's what it means it means that if if we if you're gonna go in for you know routine exam.
Or you were to go in for a gallbladder removal -- that you ought to be able to shop around for the price of that.
That routine or that surgery or whatever it is it you're going in for among many hospitals in the open market.
And I know it's an overused example but I think it's it's used because it's very good if you look at a good example -- -- surgery.
And you look at how much to -- six surgery costs people across America.
Ten years ago probably about 101000 dollars because of open pricing because people actually had to.
Pay for at least six surgery out of their own pockets.
People actually want to find out the best price for this sort of routine procedure -- over time.
-- six surgery is now not 101000 dollars in that 5000 dollars.
Now you can go in and get qualifies done for 12500.
Dollars in most places across America why it.
Because of open pricing and the fact that people actually cared about how much this stuff costs that's where we need to go to drive down the cost of health -- -- we also.
Easy opened debate.
About at and nailing down exactly what we're talking about -- and so what you just did that we appreciate -- we really do.
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