- The Washington Times - Sunday, August 30, 2009

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

There is a definite need for a complete moratorium on change in the health care system for at least five years. During that time, Democrats and Republicans would formulate and present their health care proposals in comprehensive, clearly written and easily understood forms. That way, members of the public could fully understand the proposals being put before them. In addition, Republicans and Democrats would work together to canvass all of the health care systems currently in use around the world and then explain them to the public.

I believe that out of this process a unique American solution for health care in the United States would be found. At the end of the five years, it would be the responsibility of Congress and the president to put forth a proposed solution. This solution would require the overwhelming approval of citizens to go forward. A major change in the method of health care delivery in the United States cannot be instituted in any other way.

CRAIG ANDERSON

Salt Lake City

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