1601 N. Tucson Blvd. Suite 9
Tucson, AZ 85716-3450
Phone: (800) 635-1196

Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Inc.
A Voice for Private Physicians Since 1943
Omnia pro aegroto

Which would you choose?

___ I'm for the freedom to choose medical treatment for myself and my family and also for choosing my method of providing for payment. I want expanded choices and low-cost insurance that allow me to benefit from healthy lifestyle choices and prudent decisions. I want my family to benefit from cost-saving decisions, not the government or the insurance company. I'm in favor of helping the needy, but without imposing shoddy, heavily rationed care on everyone. I'm for transparency and seeing where my tax dollars go. I'm tired of having money taken from the hard workers for the benefit of the improvident and of politicians who want to keep people poor and dependent in order to expand the government's power.

___ Not jumping off the cliff

     

___ I'm for the government takeover of medicine based on politicians' false promises that they can guarantee quality healthcare for all. I think that the harder you work and the more you earn, the more you should have to pay into the big healthcare money pot. I think government-chosen experts should decide who is allowed to get what from the pool of available services. I don't think anybody should be allowed to earn a profit from providing better service or more effective treatment. I don't think patients should be allowed to vote with their dollars for what they consider to be quality care, but that care should be apportioned at discretion of government appointees with the goal of maximizing population health. We all need to sacrifice for the common good.

___ The Butch Cassidy/Sundance Kid solution: join hands and jump off the cliff togetherC unless you can think of a quicker way to get to the bottom of the mountain