The plan, which I introduced last month in the Senate, is the opposite of a government takeover like HillaryCare in 1994 or ObamaCare this year. It does not force any American off of their current plan, but provides them with the ability to access and own a health plan that best meets his or her needs. Compared to the Democrats’ plan, my bill will cover more uninsured Americans, in half the time, at no cost because it will be paid for entirely by terminating the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) and reclaiming the Wall Street bailout funds over the next five years.
My plan puts individuals back in control of their health care decisions by offering every American a health care voucher -- worth $2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for families -- to purchase a plan that best works for them.
SOURCE is still a douche It's also a senate.gov website, which seems to be DOA at the moment.
ROFLMAO! Dude, you've never shopped for insurance before, have you? I have, and with all my pre-existings, not to mention the dozen or more surgeries I've had in the last few years, $2000 wouldn't cover four months of insurance, let alone a whole year.