Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Change You Can Believe In

Washington Post (09.16.08):
"Barack Obama and John McCain are both proposing more than $100 billion a year in spending for health care, but the candidates' plans have vastly different goals, and vastly different outcomes.

New studies from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center and the policy journal Health Affairs suggest that Obama's proposal would eventually cover more than 34 million of the roughly 47 million Americans currently without insurance, while McCain's would cover at best 5 million uninsured."

New Studies Report Wide Disparity in Health Care Plans



Blogger schpatz said...

That, and McCain's plan would tax existing employer-provided insurance as income. Bet that won't fuck things up...

1:32 PM  

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