Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Goodman on the Senate Bill

John Goodman discusses several problems with the current incarnation of the Senate Bill.

Some of his points include:
1. Millions of jobs lost.
4. Very high marginal tax rates.
6. Fewer insurance choices.
10. Exacerbating the problems of cost, quality and access.
These economic problems are a predictable consequence of the fundamental problem with the Senate Bill -- namely it violates the rights of individuals and insurers to voluntarily contract for their mutual benefit.