Both Republicans and Democrats have had their respective weeks to communicate their ideas to better the nation and sell voters on the qualifications of their candidates.
Now, as millions of voters make decisions that will help them choose at the polls exactly 98 days from now, there are certain questions they must ask themselves about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) says among those queries should be what the presidential hopefuls will do about a failing health care system in America.
“Now that the conventions are over, Americans from all walks of life—insured and uninsured, enrolled in government health care or not—must ask themselves which candidate is the most concerned about restoring affordability, excellence and a patient-centered focus to health care,” said Twila Brase, president and co-founder of CCHF. “We need a candidate who will bring back the ethical standards of health care—what health care used to be and should be.”
Brase added that some health care-related questions for the candidates should be:
- Will you repeal Obamacare?
- Will you stop the growth of managed care?
- Will you repeal the intrusive, unaffordable electronic health record (EHR) mandate?
- Will you return freedom of choice by ending auto-enrollment into Medicare Advantage?
- Will you allow seniors to pay cash for the care that Medicare denies?