This morning on CNBC Warren Buffett said that we need to 'couch' healthcare as a national emergency. He went on to say that the primary problem with healthcare is that costs are based on procedures and not results, and that we won't fix the problem with a 2400 page bill that attempts to please everybody and all 'private groups.' He also indicated that if executed properly, we should be moving towards 13 or 14% of GDP instead of moving higher (currently we are at approx. 17%) At the time of this post, a link wasn't available yet on CNBC's website. It is beyond obvious that this mad dash at a bill is losing more support by the day.