Health Care Reform Quotes by Mike Ross, Joe Manchin, Hillary Clinton, Anne Wojcicki, Ari Fleischer, Jeff Merkley and many others.
I support health care reform in this country, but the current bills we have before us are too big, too costly, and the people who send me to Washington to be their voice are opposed to them and this process.
I believe in health care reform.
What I was saying back then was that we have a lot of public health costs that taxpayers end up paying for through Medicaid, Medicare, through uncompensated care, because that was in the context of the push for health care reform and that we needed some way to try to defray those costs.
One of the best aspects of health care reform is it starts to emphasize prevention.
The reason Gov. Romney passed Romneycare as governor of Massachusetts in 2006 was because many Republicans viewed health care reform, mandates and all, as a way to inoculate against Democratic charges that Republicans didn’t care about people who lacked health insurance.
Over and over again, I hear from Oregonians that we need real health care reform that provides every American with access to quality, affordable care.
It’s not health care reform to dump more money into Medicaid.
Have you ever noticed how statists are constantly “reforming” their own handiwork? Education reform. Health-care reform. Welfare reform. Tax reform. The very fact that they’re always busy “reforming” is an implicit admission that they didn’t get it right the first 50 times.
[Barack Obama failed to sell a health care reform plan to American voters] because the utter implausibility of its central promise – expanded coverage at lower cost – led voters to conclude that it would lead ultimately to more government, more taxes and more debt.
The national debate on health-care reform wildly misses the mark, with Democrats and Republicans alike arguing about who’s going to pay rather than about what would actually make people healthy.
I always am a firm believer in you compensate people for their job, and so I did give them bonuses. We accomplished a lot in Congress, we passed health care reform. There were threats against their lives; they had a tough two years. They’d forgone any cost-of-living increase or any bonus before.
Well, first let me say that I think health care reform is important. It has to be a priority. And our system is broken. The Finance Committee bill is the best effort yet, due in large measure to the efforts of my colleague, Olympia Snowe, but it’s not there yet. It falls short.
The president-elect has set a very aggressive agenda, and I think that repealing and replacing Obamacare with the kind of health care reform that’ll lower the cost of health insurance without growing the size of government will be job one.
While Democrats fussed with the details of health care reforms, conservatives spent months telling the nation that the real issue is freedom, that what’s on the line is American liberty itself.
I’m not saying we don’t need health care reform. We do need health care reform.
Opponents of health care reform would take away consumer protections – siding with the insurance industry instead of the middle class. We can’t afford that.
[Write to your congressional representative against the health care reform proposal or] we will awake to find that we have socialism.