[QUOTE=bitonti;4248614]my greater point is there exists tort reform in many states and overall costs are still going up. malpractice premiums go down that's great for certain doctors but it doesn't lower the cost of an MRI.
and also let me add that the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare (which hasn't really kicked in yet) makes it possible for millions of people with pre-existing conditions to get healthcare. That's a positive change and the repeal folks could never get it removed. People actually like not being screwed by insurance companies.[/QUOTE]
Wow that is a great change. The cool thing is that with the new pre-existing law conditions law in place people wont need to carry insurance at all. You can save the 25K per year then when you get sick with cancer you can just call Aetna and Obama will force them to take you on and pass the bills over to the suckers that buy insurance year round. Thats great. Their redistributing the health care from the suckers that pay for it to the ones that don't. Of course premiums will continue go up dramatically as they already have due to that provision but at least progressive social justice will be served.