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But I digress look at everybody I'm Neil Cavuto well they fought the law.
And now they want to enforce the law but there is a little bit about methods of Republicans madness they claim -- the White House's ignoring the law by trying to delay.
The employer mandate that is -- to the -- -- -- it is a law it is against the lot of it is something like that without congress' approval.
So -- that a -- -- visiting Connecticut democratic senator Dick Durbin now calling on Republicans who helped change and improve that law.
The same Republicans who they say we're all but shut out of this process when Democrats were passing -- small.
To doctor Marc Siegel on this very different bull run doctor -- -- what's going on in.
-- -- I want to first make sure that Americans are informed really informed here about what this is all about the law as you've said and I've said.
Is completely unaffordable.
It's too expensive it's too expensive for employers that's why they're holding off on the mandate employers can't afford.
To provide this kind of comprehensive insurance to employees.
It's unaffordable to the states that's why a lot of them haven't put the exchanges into place yet it's -- -- unaffordable to the individual that's why they're now considering.
Letting smokers pay the same premiums that we're gonna raise them a week ago.
But no one could afford these premiums that cover too many things that's -- we quoted an entitlement.
Because it covers too many things I'm all for personal responsibility get out there and exercise improve your diet -- -- -- your health care cost.
By you know I didn't do as a guest Tucker and as -- -- And you're really pushing it but it also this is your point is that this whole health care laws losing its rational it's point.
And and that this latest.
Issue about raising the constitutionality whether they can even.
Legally do what they're doing makes a mockery.
Neil I think that the law is unraveling I think no make no mistake about it I think it should have been declared unconstitutional.
But I want to make sure that this doesn't deteriorate into political mudslinging -- why don't you just said that the laws all but dead well what I am saying is the -- doesn't work for doctors and patients.
Okay I don't want it happening it's happening right well but that makes me political okay you have me come out here and say scrap it -- doctor Steagall repeal.
Then I -- isn't what I'm really saying here which is in my office in my medical office.
This law doesn't work my patients can afford the premiums they can't afford to change -- They're darling you're -- have to work under this law slow rollout though it may be and maybe even illegal well of development today.
You have to work under what do you do.
You bet we have to work under Neil and I want people out there -- -- that is damn impossible for us to do that.
Because everybody's changing their insurance doctors are moving to hospitals in advance of this law doctors are saying I can't afford to stay in private practice anymore I can afford.
The expenses they're cutting me I've got more regulations the laws about big government.
And big insurance and doctors don't do well with the either.
The patient out there need to know the law is -- workable now.
If congress and the president wants to pick up.
On this and actually repeal this law you're gonna find me on the side that's in favor of repeal but if I come out there and say.
Repeal people out there aren't going to understand what I'm saying it's an unworkable.
-- center -- the law that covers too many services.
Are well said -- in your final appearance a great job.
Does -- -- real data to exercise.
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