Not That Obama Needs My Advice

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For those who might find it interesting, I discuss how what happened in California provides a way for Senator Obama to reframe the Democratic debate on health care reform over at the political blog.

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  1. When either Clinton or Edwards speak of universal coverge, the are getting away with a small deception since most Americans would naturally associate this with government sponsored health insurance. This, in fact, is not what they have in mind. They simply mean coverage for everyone, and to get this accomplished both Clinton and Obama want to use the private system that we have now. It’s a little like President Bush’s Medicare program.

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