Institute for Public Accuracy

  • 07:08:51 pm on September 9, 2009 | 0

    Gwendolyn — Neither public nor an option!   As Bill Moyers said, it seems straight from the founding fathers… Barnum and Bailey.

    The “public option,” particularly at this point in the beltway process, is really a feint, not a punch.  The most “robust” public option would still keep the private insurance industry in the driver’s seat.

    Doug, I have seen the data you quote before. Do you have a thought about the profits and profitability of the insurance industry at this particular moment?  — Andy

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