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-- in the position ballots -- from the other side we have representative Josef stack.
A Democrat of Pennsylvania say that he ran for congress primarily for one issue and that issue.
Was health care for the most part.
He agrees with the president's plan representative let me get right to what representative Cassidy just said.
-- approached him he's a surgeon why would issue and the Democrats at least try and include him into the full to get his ideas as well as that an option.
I -- would like to think it is an option our president said that everyone should be around the table.
I have to admit at times with a hat fields and the -- the Republicans and Democrats down there.
I think that's a major issue but let me get to the central point that you lost the last and the patient should be at this -- My daughter when I was in the military struck with a malignant brain tumor.
I lived in Children's Hospital within three brain operations chemo and radiation it's why -- get in -- sitting on the bed next to her.
-- a two and a half year old young boy diagnosed with acute leukemia she was going through -- -- -- He did not have or -- parents didn't have health insurance the president put him right at the center.
When he said right off.
Every American will be cover now the issue is how to do it.
Because you know is you yourself are paying for the uninsured.
If you're single or your family with two children you pay 11100 dollars more to cover the uninsured -- Obama merely -- saying.
Bring them into the system cover every one.
Because of the uninsured or covered -- you get early diagnosis.
We'll have savings and you'll pay one way or the other.
But let's paid -- -- way that we can have greater savings in the end.
And you have said represented -- that inaction is simply not an option finally we have some action.
It can't possibly surprise you though that there are people now immediately lobbying -- At everything that that that the president is putting forth but.
What kind of thing would really get the get the total approval -- -- and I'm thinking at some point we've got to have assurances that the quality of care.
And that's something for example -- can leg on the co-founder of Home Depot was saying he was worried about was.
Was perhaps the rationing of care -- we see in Canada that that wouldn't happen here in the United States.
Those are all good points first off.
Is we know that we've tried doing nothing the last eight years and we added seven mean to the uninsured -- -- those aren't paying premiums years -- my premiums go up.
We can't keep that cycle going.
There has to be and we understand it some give and take let's take for example the insurance companies there's 47 Americans uninsured.
They would like to have them in their plans.
So therefore we should mandate that they should be in their plans why.
They get to cover them it's good for business but 15 of those 47 million Americans who are uninsured are actually.
A masters of the universe the youth who don't want to pay that extra money making -- a 50000 dollars a year.
If there in the plan.
Then health premium should go down because the -- sharing the risk so those are the -- give and take some I have to agree with bill we should have Republican.
Democrats Hatfield -- particularly -- at a table exactly absolutely let's bring you to back we'll do it here on Fox Business were happy to take up that effort.
So we'll have you both back together thank you so much represented -- that avenue is represented a setback is a Democrat of Pennsylvania it's so great to see once again thank you for coming on Fox Business.
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