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Friday, March 10, 2017

Levin: "Something Horribly Immoral" About Paul Ryan's RINOcare

By Rick Pearcey • March 10, 2017, 08:11 AM

Chris Pandolfo writes at CR:

Thursday on the radio, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin gave the rundown on the press conference of Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. (F, 51%), in which Ryan tried to give the hard sell to Americans on the Republican American Health Care Act "reform" plan.

Levin called Ryan’s proposal "repeal in name only." Or, if you will, "RINOcare," because the GOP plan keeps the core of Obamacare in place. 

According to Pandolfo, "Levin had a 'number of questions' for the speaker, questions that so far remain unanswered."

Questions such as:

"How much will the average American's deduction go up, or down?"

Further, Levin asked, how much will the federal government be spending on subsidies for certain individuals? Will individuals be able to see the doctors they want? The specialists they need? Will individuals be able to go to the hospital of their choice? Will they be able to get the medicines they need to get?

The deeper "problem with RINOcare, Levin explained, is it embraces the Left's assumption that government involvement is needed to make health insurance affordable. It embraces progressivism; it embraces centralization."

The mainstream American initiative -- as the Declaration and U.S. Constitution make clear -- is that a free and dignified people are competent to run their own lives, including making decisions about healthcare choices, in liberating community with God and our fellow man -- male and female, red and yellow, black and white.

This initiative is central to the affirmation that "all men are created equal" and "are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights" -- an affirmation that the Constitution was written and ratified to incarnate into the American body politic.

And centralized healthcare regulated, defined, and controlled by that Swamp called Washington, D.C., and the federal government -- well, that stands in total antithesis to the genius of the enduring human and American spirit.

Trump and Co. should be seeking healthcare policy consistent with these transcendent principles of freedom. For whereas "unalienable rights" liberate, Obamacare or any other kind of "care" from any form of government that violates unalienable rights necessarily diminishes the human spirit.

No amount of money, no magical words of rhetoric or sincere intentions, and no concentration of political power can fix such a foundational error in thought, practice, and policy.

"Republicans have blown it," Levin says. "There is something horribly immoral" about RINOcare.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday on the radio, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin gave the rundown on the press conference of Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. (F, 51%), in which Ryan tried to give the hard sell to Americans on the Republican American Health Care Act "reform" plan.

Levin called Ryan’s proposal “repeal in name only." Or, if you will, “RINOcare,” because the GOP plan keeps the core of Obamacare in place.  

- See more at: https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2017/03/mark-levin-there-is-something-horribly-immoral-about-rinocare#sthash.NxM282Ut.dpuf

Thursday on the radio, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin gave the rundown on the press conference of Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. (F, 51%), in which Ryan tried to give the hard sell to Americans on the Republican American Health Care Act "reform" plan.

Levin called Ryan’s proposal “repeal in name only." Or, if you will, “RINOcare,” because the GOP plan keeps the core of Obamacare in place.  

- See more at: https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2017/03/mark-levin-there-is-something-horribly-immoral-about-rinocare#sthash.NxM282Ut.dpuf

y on the radio, Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin gave the rundown on the press conference of Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc. (F, 51%), in which Ryan tried to give the hard sell to Americans on the Republican American Health Care Act "reform" plan.

Levin called Ryan’s proposal “repeal in name only." Or, if you will, “RINOcare,” because the GOP plan keeps the core of Obamacare in place.  

- See more at: https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2017/03/mark-levin-there-is-something-horribly-immoral-about-rinocare#sthash.NxM282Ut.dpuf