Here’s a pretty good idea from Tom Ryan:
It’s not too late for the governors of our states to weigh in on the healthcare debate, is it? I’m surprised they haven’t already. States should develop healthcare models that fit their populations and needs.
Leave it up to the People of each state – that’s just how the founders designed our system of government. The most important, the most difficult, issues, should be kept closer to home. One-size-fits-all solutions are guaranteed to keep people fighting amongst each other – and they don’t work.
Here’s how Tom sums it up – quite nicely, too:
We look to Washington, too often for answers these days, yet I agree that government can do some things well…state governments can do them better in most cases. It’s not too late for this approach. What do we need in Missouri? In Kansas? Let’s solve this challenge at the state level.
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