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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

 

Comparing The Candidates' Health Plans

The Kaiser Family Foundation has done a magnificent side-by-side comparison of the health care proposals of all the candidates for President. Educate yourself, and learn who really has your best interests at heart. (Hint: it's not the Republicans.) Fractured Atlas has a think piece on Kaiser's handy tool, and explains the reasons (if, like me, you are clueless) why health care mandates are so absolutely necessary.

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Blogger Dr. S said...

Hey, thanks, dude -- this is excellent. First I compared Obama and Clinton, and that was really useful (though the words "health care menu" freak me out a lot). Then I compared Huckabee and Clinton, just for kicks, and discovered that the words "health care menu" don't freak me out nearly as much as "make HSAs more available" do. Um, I think that health-care savings accounts are only useful when, say, one has spare money to save. Haven't we figured out yet that market-based health care screws everyone? Or maybe it's only *nearly* everyone...

Anyhow, thanks very much. And thanks too for the post about MRSA, part of whose danger (and fear-making power) is that it can just be hanging around, dormant, for awhile. Which does sound familiar...

1/16/08, 4:21 AM  

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