Normally, I see Sen Rand Paul views as his father's views. Nevertheless, I like Rand's proposal as a starting point for the dismantling of the ACA. The Constitution doesn't mention health care, but the ACA/ObamaCare has created addict to their subsidized HC premiums like opiate abusers. These individuals have to be placed into a addiction recovery program. Rand's proposal appears as a excellent start. Incidentally, much of the complaining appears to the recipients of free/subsidized HC who feel taxpayers should continue paying for their policy. Our Founding Fathers said: …"promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity." No mention of "free" in the Constitution that I can find. Remember, under Socialism, free belongs to the Administration, not to taxpayer. However, let's think of Rand's proposal as being first base in rounding the bases to home plate where Government is removed from our health care and out of our pocket book. My rights to liberty doesn't mean your rights to spend my money for your healthcare or any other supportive service, such as heating oil, housing, telephones or internet access.