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Raghu-nomics 4: ROOPA; Health Care Made Easy

By Raghu Giuffre


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Up to 50% of our taxes & insurance premiums go to cover ‘lifestyle’ activities. Lifestyle is therefore the largest category of discretionary spending with the potential of reducing our costs by up to this same 50%. Lifestyle is also a far more accurate predicator of our future health care needs and social service requirements. This allows lifestyle to provide the best measure of planning & forecast over today’s ‘comparison shopping’ models. ROOPA highlights the number of savings and other advantages gained from this dual track of lifestyle and its corresponding social costs models. “The ‘social cost’ of obesity averages around $150 billion a year. This comes to about 10 cents per item (of junk food). Every soda pop, hamburger and candy bar will now have this 10 cent premium. The more soda you drink, the more you have already paid into your own health coverage for obesity. It’s the most affordable ‘pay as you go’ insurance plan. It cost a dime.”

Table of Contents
Contents RAGHU-NOMICS 4 1 ROOPA II 1 Health Care Reform Made Easy: Social Cost 1 Editors Copy 2 Prospectus 3 The 4 page ROOPA Pamphlet used for campaign run for Congress. 5 Raghu Giuffre for Congress 5 ROOPA: 5 50% of Taxes & Insurance Spent on Life Style 5 Excerpt: 5 Part I: 5 Part II: Solution: Pricing Social Costs 6 Insurance: Market Based Social Cost 6 Part III: $4 Trillion in Savings 7 Demo 2: Smoking Current Tobacco Policy: 7 ROOPA: Better Service for 50% Less 7 Captions 9 Virtue & Moral Posturing 9 Bi-partisan Policy 10 Tobacco 11 Tax Reform 11 Republican Tax Policy 11 Illicit Sex 12 Section I 20 ROOPA Theology 20 ROOPA Theology 21 Greater the Vice; Greater the Price 21 Economic Democracy 21 Premise 21 Net Result 22 Benefit 22 Advantage 22 End Result 22 Example 22 The Difference: Greater Cooperation 23 Public Policy Formula 23 True Free Market 24 Economic Democracy 25 Cost: $3.00 26 How to Start? 26 The ROOPA Coalition 27 Law Suits or ROOPA 27 Section II 28 Introduction 28 The ROOPA Journey 30 The Abyss of Political Activism & the Reforms Discovered 30 Section III 42 ROOPA Summary 42 ROOPA Summary 44 Part A: 44 Social Cost: The Magic Wand to Social Policy & Tax Reform 44 Part B 48 (Science Based Policy versus Ideology: The Mechanics of) 48 ROOPA Policy Chart for Alcohol 48 Post Card Policy: 48 Part C 52 Duel Tax System: 52 Flat Tax meets Vice Tax = Barata + DO(T)S 52 Part D 54 DUI Demo: How it Works 54 How Barata & DO(T)S Work with a DUI 55 Part E 58 COTAS: Consolidated Tax Spending 58 Editor’s Notes: 61 Section IV 63 ROOPA: How It Works 63 Chapters 1 64 The Formula 64 Part 1) Government Services 66 Part 2) Cost of Politics 68 Part 3) Public Cost of Lifestyle 69 Barata: BAse RAte Tax 70 Insurance & Accounting 71 The Three Budgetary Components; ROOPA Tax Rates & Corresponding Proposals 71 Tax Rebates 71 COTAS: Consolidated Tax Spending 73 Affordable Universal Health Care 73 The 5% Solution 74 Medicaid’s Savings 74 Reduced Insurance Premiums 75 DO(T)S: Defined Optional Tax Spending 77 Chapter 2 80 How Barata & DO(T)Ss Work with a DUI 80 Chapter 3 80 Comparative Taxes & Insurance: ROOPA vs. Today 80 Chapters 4 80 COTS: ;Corporate Tax Structure 80 Chapter 5 80 RITS: ROOPA’s Integrated Tax Structure 80 Chapters 6 80 Federal Petty Cash Fund: $500 Billion 80 Chapters 7 80 Sample Demo – Alcohol 80 Chapters 8 80 DO(T)S for DUIs 80 Section V 81 Editorials 81 Chapter 1 81 Auto Insurance vs Gov’t Taxes 81 Chapters 2 81 Taxes vs. Insurance: 81 Pairing Programs to Revenue Source 81 Chapters 3 81 The Cost of Politics 81 Chapters 4 81 Tax Reform: The Stakes; the Challenge 81 Chapters 5: 81 Loans to Value: 81 Sorting thru the Closets of Gov’t Spending 81 Section VI 82 ROOPA Policy Demonstrations 82 Chapters 1 82 ROOPA: What is the Cost? 82 Methodology of Study 82 Chapters 2 82 Tobacco: 8 Options 82 Option 1: High Social Cost - Instant ($8 per pack) 82 Option 2: Voluntary 82 Option 3: Average Social Cost - $4 Per Pack 82 Option 4: High Social Cost - Gradual 82 COTAS: Consolidated Tax Spending 82 $310 Billion for Medicaid 82 Tobacco & Gov’t Partnership 83 EDITORS NOTES 83 Life Style 83 Medical Break-Throughs 83 Paid by Insurance or No More Premiums 83 Taxes for Medicaid, Insurance for Private 83 Washington Free Policy 83 Cigarette Taxes: Tax Deductable 83 Option 5: 83 Barata + DO(T)S (Flat Tax + Vice Tax) 83 Option 6: Insurance 83 Option 7: The 20/80 Rule 83 Option 8: Progressive Tax 83 Chapters 3 83 Obscuring the DATA: 83 Unnecessary & Unproductive. 83 Chapters 4 84 Comparative Studies on 84 The Social Cost of Gaming 84 Chapters 5 84 Comparative Studies of 84 The Social Cost of Drugs. 84 Chapters 6 84 Comparative Studies of 84 The Social Cost of Obesity 84 Chapters 7 84 Comparative Studies of 84 The Social Cost of Prostitution 84 Chapters 8 84 Comparative Studies of 84 The Social Cost of Illicit Sex 84 Section VII 85 Economics of Love & Hate 85 & other Early Writings from VNN 85 February 14, 1999 VNN3042 86 What Is Love Anyway? 86

 

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