Who knew 5 days could put a girl so far behind?
Nearly fifteen years after the Clintons tackled America’s health care crisis, a new group called Health Care for America Now may just tip the tide, scaring the bejeezus out of Conservatives.
Read the whole thing here, including this:
“They’re obviously going to fight tooth and nail,” says Jacki Schechner, the spokeswoman for HCAN. “Even as they say they’re coming to the table now, they have a real clear vision of what they want to see that reform look like, and that protects their bottom line.”
Chris has got another piece in Politico today talking about us versus single-payer, and my boss sums it up perfectly:
Kirsch added that the attacks by single-payer advocates are aimed in the wrong direction and “are more of a distraction than anything else.”
“It’s great for them to go out and advocate for single-payer, but we think they’re misplacing their energies by attacking us,” Kirsch said. “They should be focusing their energies on those that don’t want to see any public health insurance plan and don’t want to see stringent regulations of the private insurance industry.”
And finally, just for fun, I found this in a circular on Sunday:
My First Male Chauvinist Boyfriend sold separately.