1. Freedom to choose what's in your plan
2. Freedom to be rewarded for healthy living, or pay your real costs
3. Freedom to choose high-deductible coverage
4. Freedom to keep your existing plan
5. Freedom to choose your doctors
"In short, the Obama platform would mandate extremely full, expensive, and highly subsidized coverage -- including a lot of benefits people would never pay for with their own money -- but deliver it through a highly restrictive, HMO-style plan that will determine what care and tests you can and can't have. It's a revolution, all right, but in the wrong direction."
Asked by Anonymous at 9:00 AM on Jul. 28, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Carpy at 9:05 AM on Jul. 28, 2009
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Answer by Mama2Joshy at 10:18 AM on Jul. 28, 2009
Its posted on CNN money, but the guy writes for Fortune 500 magazine along with a few blogs.
Anywho, I take issue with the fact that he lobs all these accusations about what the bill does, but makes no references to any pages, sections or paragraphs. He also claims at the end to be coming out with his own "proposal". It sounds like agenda pushing to me.
Answer by SRiveroC at 10:25 AM on Jul. 28, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 10:30 AM on Jul. 28, 2009
Anon :30 then hows can he make such assertions having not read the bill?
Answer by SRiveroC at 10:43 AM on Jul. 28, 2009