Health care is the most important issue facing the United States, and Republicans are in the middle of a very ugly debate about whether to let health insurance be sold at a fraction of its current value.
There are plenty of reasons to be skeptical of that, but at the end of the day, there’s also a lot of public sentiment about whether the government should step in to provide the basic necessities of life.
And as the debate heats up, it’s clear that the Republicans in Congress aren’t ready to do just that.
Health care policy is in an incredibly difficult spot.
A lot of Republicans believe that the federal government has too much power and that they don’t need to rely on states to run their health care systems.
That’s a big reason why Republicans are taking a very hard line on the issue of insurance.
But it’s also true that the country is far more vulnerable to major shocks in the future.
The last major economic crisis was a major financial disaster that has since passed, and it will probably happen again in a few years.
And there are some big risks to the current health care system from the financial crisis.
It’s also possible that some of the best minds in the country will come out and say that the whole thing is just a big hoax.
This is the first in a two-part series on health care.
The first article will examine the basic facts about health care, while the second article will look at some of those risks.