Something like 70% of Chinese still work on farms using agricultural practices from the days of Alley Oop and they're missing 70,000,000 women due to an insane libtard one-child policy; the idea of a few of their people doing a bit better than all of that for themselves by working for Wallies is the least of their worries. In fact China could disappear tomorrow and it wouldn't set Walllies back more than one week, there would be 50 nations lined up to take their place.
I'll say it again, I've looked for ways to love the Republican party and never found one, but I do not get this absolute sense of loathing from pubbies, and the jury is clearly in on Obungacare, the American people feel they are being harmed by it and do not want it. 70 Percent of them support its repeal.
Again if I had the power to, I would institute a sort of a basic health care reform which would be overwhelmingly simple and which would resemble obungacare in no way, shape, or manner. Key points would be:
1. Elimination of lawsuits against doctors and other medical providers. There would be a general fund to compensate victims of malpractice for actual damage and a non-inbred system for weeding out those guilty of malpractice.
2. Elimination of the artificial exclusivity of the medical system. In other words our medical schools could easily produce two or three times the number of doctors they do with no noticeable drop off in quality.
3. Elimination of the various practices which drive the cost of medicines towards unaffordability.
4. Elimination of the outmoded WW-II notion of triage in favor of a system which took some rational account of who pays for the system and who doesn't. The horror stories I keep reading about the middle-class guy with an injured child having to fill out forms for three hours while an endless procession of illegal immigrants just walks in and are seen, would end, as would any possibility of that child waiting three hours for treatment while people were being seen for heroin overdoses.
All of those things would fall under the heading of what TR called "trust busting". There would also be some system for caring the truly indigent, but the need and cost would be far less than at present.
By far the biggest item is that first one. The trial lawyers' guild being one of the two major pillars of financial support for the democrat party is the basic reason nobody is saying anything about that part of the problem.