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September 16, 2009


Commentary on Obama's recent health care speech:


tucson, Morris makes some valid points. Health care reform is tricky. There are lots of pitfalls to be taken account of, such as the lack of primary care providers.

To my mind the big question is whether reform is going to make things generally better, not whether every problem with our health care system is going to be fixed, or whether new problems will pop up.

Yes, but they should make sure that the reform measures don't take the U.S. from 37th to 59th which is a possibility if it isn't done carefully.

Medicare for all...period

Roger provided this link regarding health care. A good read. Maybe an important read:


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