The authors of Why ObamaCare Is Wrong for America have been working together for years to offer a better prescription for health reform — one that puts doctors and patients in control of health care decisions. They have spoken across the country, done thousands of radio and television interviews, and written hundreds and hundreds of commentaries, blog posts, and papers explaining the legislation and its impact on America. All are known as top experts on health reform — and on ObamaCare in particular — and are uniquely able to tell the story of why ObamaCare is so unpopular and what we need to do instead.
PRAISE AND REVIEWS
“Why ObamaCare Is Wrong for America is carefully researched, well written, and a must read for anyone concerned about the future of health care in our nation. It proves without a doubt that this law will bankrupt our nation and hurt economic growth.”
— Rep. John A. Boehner, Member of Congress
“An essential handbook in saving us from medical socialism and bringing true free markets to health care — which, in turn, will generate more health care at less cost!”
— Steve Forbes, Forbes Magazine
“This timely and lucid book is the thinking person’s answer to two questions: Why is this fight crucial to Americans’ health and America’s civic health? And how can it be won?”
— Syndicated Columnist George F. Will
Grace-Marie Turner is the president of the Galen Institute, a public policy research organization she founded in 1995 to promote an informed debate over free-market ideas for health care reform.
James C. Capretta
James C. Capretta is a resident fellow and holds the Milton Friedman Chair at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he studies health care, entitlement, and US budgetary policy, as well as global trends in aging, health, and retirement programs. He is a Project Director of ObamaCareWatch.org, was an associate director at the White House Office of Management and Budget from 2001 to 2004, where he was the top budget official for health care, Social Security, education, and welfare programs.
Thomas P. Miller
Thomas P. Miller, Esq., is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on health care policy, with particular emphasis on such issues as information transparency, health insurance regulation, and consumer-driven health care.
Robert E. Moffit, Ph.D.,
Robert Moffit is a seasoned veteran of more than three decades in Washington policy making, is a senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Policy Innovation.