Today, in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
What About Papa Johns?
We believe the private sector is the best delivery of health care.
You just kind of assume that the third-party payer is making a rational decision on your behalf. And our view is, is that in order to have — to worry about health care costs, the more a consumer is involved, the more likely we’ll be able to deal with the increasing cost of health care.
In Other Other Words
In other words, a restaurant in Missouri ought to be able to have their employees insured with a restaurant in Texas. In other words, put them all in the same pool so they can get the benefits of spreading risk.
He’s Got Like No Brain
The other thing that’s interesting what Rich is doing, availability of health care, they’ve got like a specialist sitting in Kansas City capable of analyzing somebody’s graphs in a remote region, which, again, remember it’s affordability and availability for health care.
Paging Dr. Freud, Part I: The Fairest Option Would Be A Mistake
People who work for big businesses get their health care on a — with no — they pay no taxable income on it. Small companies who are having trouble staying in business because of the nature of their size or the company pass on the increased cost to their employees, and we’ve got to level the playing field, from a taxes perspective. It is by far the most hopeful and fair option of any medical health care option out there today, unless, of course, you want the federal government providing it all, saying, okay, we’ll provide you insurance, but we’ll provide everybody insurance, which would be a mistake.
Paging Dr. Freud, Part II: Take The Equities Out Of The System
We thought long and hard about what to propose. We proposed a bold initiative, an initiative that takes equities out of the system, so people are treated fairly.