Poll: 68% of Americans Blame the 'Mainstream Media' for Violence at Trump Rallies

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2: That will enable the lowest common denominator effect to take place within the insurance market -- kind of like now with certain financial institutions.

#3: Well, that's all fine and dandy for the wealthy but offing a tax break (deduction) isn't going to help someone who can't afford health care to begin with.

4: Same complaint as number 3. Also, adds yet another tax free opportunity for the wealthy that the non-wealthy will not be able to take advantage of (tax-free and should be allowed to accumulate - allows the wealthy to continuously stash cash tax free while the non-wealthy would end up having to use the account to pay for health care)

5: I'm not even sure this is possible since it is hard to provide an "apples to apples" comparison in health care. For example, saying brain surgery is 10k doesn't provide a meaningful comparison without a lot of additional information. This is because engaging in health care is an extremely detail rich transaction.

6: because block grants to states have been so successful so far (note, clearly sarcasm).

7: "Remove barriers to entry into free markets for drug providers that offer safe, reliable and cheaper products." -- ah....the barriers are there to ENSURE safe, reliable products. Here, let me put it simply. The so called barriers to our drug market are those regulatory actions put into place to ensure as safe of a product as reasonably possible (drugs are what is known as inherently unsafe as some portion of the market will likely have some sort of unfavorable side effect). Remove the so called barriers and you remove the safe and reliable.

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