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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

On Health Care, The Public Doesn’t Like Its Options

“And perhaps most interestingly, Americans who are not happy with their current health care also give Obama’s health care law negative ratings, by a 2-to-1 margin.

This is a group that health reform was theoretically supposed to help. Back in August 2009, a Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that people who were less satisfied with their current health care were more likely to believe it would improve under health care reform. That clearly hasn’t happened.” (Washington Post)

Outside of aspirin, why should anyone expect the same kind of medicine to work for 300 million people?

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