Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Why McCain is Right on Russia and Right on Health Care

American health care executive and conservative writer Michael Johns, a former White House speechwriter and Heritage Foundation policy analyst, said today that expanded consumer choice, market competition and quality care incentives each represent keys to solving the most serious challenges currently confronting the American health care system. Among these challenges, Johns said, are governmental regulatory barriers that currently prohibit Americans from obtaining health insurance policies outside of their respective states, and insufficient competition among health care providers and payers that inhibits consistently affordable and exceptionally high quality health care for all Americans, including the 47 million who are currently uninsured.

Johns said that presumptive Republican Presidential nominee John McCain's health care proposals, released April 29, 2008, represent a comprehensive and thoughtful health care plan worthy of broad political support.

Johns will discuss the current state of American health care and remedies to it, along with latest developments in Russia's ongoing aggression in Georgia, during his weekly appearance on The Warren Michaels show this evening, August 20, 2008, from 7:30pm EDT/4:30pm PDT to 9pm EDT/6pm PDT. The show, which is broadcast live and by replay in most nations of the world, can be heard at: The Warren Michaels show, August 20, 2008 broadcast.

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