Why do the Republicans try and protect the medical establishment?

The "conservative" politicians and the insurance company executives do not mind what happens to millions of people.

Asked By: Dr. Freud - 6/23/2009
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Republicans are not trying to protect the Medical establishment, they are trying to protect the greatest health care system in the world... More
Answered By: Freedom4 - 6/24/2009
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"do not mind what happens to millions of people"...boy, oh boy that's so deep! What crap.
Answered By: amazin'g - 6/23/2009
I believe in free market capitalism. Government intervention is why we're in the mess we're in. Take some time to research it rather then regurgitate what Paul Krugman tells you.
Answered By: Captain Awesome - 6/23/2009
It will be worse after the government gets complete control... More
Answered By: CHEVICK_1776 - 6/23/2009
Not just republicans. Also democrats who are not socialists... More
Answered By: mckenziecalhoun - 6/23/2009
Republicans have a vested interest in the status qou.The more the insurance co.makes the more"campaign donation's" they make.It's simple really I can sum it up in one word GREED.
Answered By: who am I - 6/23/2009
Your a faggot. That's why.
Answered By: xtkbilly - 6/23/2009
I don't agree with your statement. I don't think one party more than the other is trying to "protect" the medical establishment. You need to do so much more research of what will happen to your health care if there is a national mandated policy. Government control (socialism) will not give you better care.
Answered By: Jr - 6/23/2009
The insurance agencies lobby politicians who will support them but Republicans also feel that this would be socialized medicine. Which has produced the best health care in the world. U.S.A. is ranked number 18 by the World Health Organization. France is a combination of public and private, they also cover anyone who... More
Answered By: Jeff R - 6/23/2009
why does the left want to destroy freedom and the free market so much. the right protects the rights of people and liberty in what ever form it happens to rear its head in. LIBERTY is more than just a word... More
Answered By: bladesinger0712 - 6/23/2009
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