That's my answer to this Cato ad, anyway:
And, FWIW, both CATO (here: http://healthcare.cato.org/) and the Heritage Foundation (here: http://fixhealthcarepolicy.com/) are excellent references for policy solutions, from a conservative perspective, that really could have a positive impact on health care "reform".
One of the things that drives me crazy is when liberals ignorantly blather on about how "conservatives don't have any solutions to these problems". Yeah, we do. And those two sites feature some of the best solutions.
Also, Heritage's header graphic neatly summarizes the differences in approaches between individual-empowering conservatives and government-growing liberals: