Recent studies show that 65 million adults had a health care issue last year, but didnt seek care because of the cost. 12.5% of the population borrowed money to cover health care costs, paying $88 billion. As a country we spent an average of $10,700 a person on healthcare.

And while everyone in DC talks about it, and has a different viewpoint on it, most of them seem clearly politically motivated. Most of the suggestions work on the fringe of the problem. Obamacare didnt address some of the biggest inflation monsters- prescription costs, malpractice and tort reform, and medical fraud.

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