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By KDelphi, June 17, 2009 at 6:40 pm Link to this comment
This wouod be funny if the Dems werent caving to the “health insurance” imdustry , too.
The only one that made any sense today, at the Senate Hearing, was Sen. Bernie Sanders.
By boggs, June 17, 2009 at 6:31 pm Link to this comment
Anything a little socialism is something that would be a little bit anti-capitalist. In other words there might be a good deal for the people and the robber barons could not plunder the working mans few dollars.
By Blackspeare, June 15, 2009 at 9:10 am Link to this comment
TPTB in the US have always been a bit paranoid of policies that smack of socialism and health care reform or universal health insurance raises the specter of socialism. After all the smoke clears, a balance will be reached that assuages the fears of TPTB. The Us will wind up with a national heath plan that follows the dictates of the Medicare D——basically a cafeteria style plan catering to the insurance and medical establishments with a few bones tossed to the populace sort of a WIN-win with the capital WIN for TPTB!
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