ELECTION DAY: November 06, 2018
CANDIDATE FOR KY 3 U.S. Congress
Affordable Health Care
Rich: The eventual final solution will be a one-payer system like the one's that lower stress and give peace of mind to the citizens of the more advanced democratic republics of this world. The change will lower overall medical costs by a minimum of 30%, with more medical dollars directed toward patient care and prevention. Obamacare does not solve the cost problem, nor does Romneycare in Massachusetts. True single payer is the only cost-effective solution to medical care in our society. The insurance provider system is extremely inefficient and cost-ineffective. A less healthy population is a less productive population.
A few years back, Steve Chabot's position on health insurance indicated "Congress has already passed legislation phasing-in the full deductibility of health insurance premiums for self-employed individuals." Congressman Chabot claims his legislation to include "direct employees" goes one step further by extending the income tax medical deduction to "all Americans." All Americans?
Steve's statement, even if true, still delays full deduction to "phase-in" deductions that are needed immediately by uninsured families? (I have been one of the 46 million Americans with no health care coverage for years.) I wonder whom "all Americans" includes. Are the growing numbers of contract, part-time and temporary "employees" included who should be able to deduct their "share" of premiums? Are persons designated as "associates" in employment contracts also covered? Family coverage "provided" by these "employers" still costs low paid "associates" or "employees" $300 to $400 per month with no tax deduction available.
Does Steve Chabot think all people either have direct jobs with fully paid company benefits or have jobs where they are self-employed without benefits? Surprise. Steve, that is not at all the reality for many District One voters or non-voters. Many are excluded from "all Americans?" Many part-time, temporary, and contract employees are not covered on premiums less than 3% of their adjusted gross earnings. In most cases that means no tax deduction as "employees" or as "associates."
We need a representative in congress who thinks outside of the box to consider all aspects of our changing society. We need someone in congress that will represent all of the people in District Three, even people who do not vote or give political contributions.
As stated above, the eventual final solution will be a one-payer system like the one's that lower stress and give peace of mind to the citizens of the more advanced democratic republics of this world. The change will lower overall medical costs by a minimum of 30%, with more medical dollars directed toward patient care and prevention. Elect Rich to have affordable health care for everyone.
I Pledge to be Self Term-Limited to Two Terms in Office: Four Years
RICH STEVENSON, email@example.com
To preserve freedom and our democratic republic we must elect new people to public office, as often as possible, and with as many newly elected private citizens as possible.
Elect "Rich." You win. We all win. Rich is on your ballot for KY District Three Representative to the U.S. Congress on November 06, 2018. You must be proactive in this election campaign to have your voice heard in the U.S. Congress.
Elect nonpartisan independent candidates on your ballot. We all win if you apply term limits in the voting booth to all Incumbent public office holders. Career politicians do harm to our dreams of freedom and a democratic republic. As the years pass, incumbent politicians serve only their political party and other special interests that support their personal political ambitions.Campaign with "Rich" | You Can Win | Campaign Home Page
2018 THRO Ad | Meet the Independent Voters Alliance
RICH STEVENSONWE ARE THE 99%. OCCUPY ELECTIONS!
FIRE CORRUPT D & R INCUMBENTS
KY 3 U.S. Congress
ELECTION DAY: November 06, 2018
OH 1 U.S. CONGRESS
We can elect candidates who represent the
2. Promote Preventive Health Care
Excerpt: The 20 Point Action Plan to Revitalize America, The Natural Law Party, 2000 Presidential Platform (John Hagelin).
We spend more on health care than any other nation. Yet Americans endure some of the poorest health of any developed nation. This is because we don't have a health care system: we have a disease care system, bought and paid for by special interests. Over 70% of disease is preventable, yet we spend less than 1% on prevention. We support cost-effective, prevention-oriented health care, proven to prevent disease and save money in the best possible way: by keeping people healthy. These significant cost savings will help finance medical coverage for the 46 million Americans who are currently uninsured. We also support a Medicare prescription drug benefit, as well as Medicare vouchers to foster competition among health care providers, ensuring lower costs and higher quality service.