Institute for Public Accuracy

  • 08:44:55 pm on September 9, 2009 | 0

    The problem isn’t a public option, it’s the private option. As he outlines the public option, it remains stripped of power to negotiate lower prices, and there is no guarantee to stop the insurance companies from continuing to cherry pick the healthier patients — leaving the public option for the sickest people, and thus probably bankrupting it and then under attack for proving the public option doesn’t work.

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