A new analysis by a leading MIT economist provides new ammunition for Democrats as the Senate begins formally debating the historic health-reform bill being pushed by President Barack Obama.
The report concludes that under the Senate’s health-reform bill, Americans buying individual coverage will pay less than they do for today's typical individual market coverage, and would be protected from high out-of-pocket costs.
So Democrats will argue that under the Senate bill, Americans would pay less for more.
The new document arms Democrats with a response to the contention of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) that the bill would mean “higher premiums, higher taxes, and massive cuts to Medicare.” [...]
Let's just COMPLETELY disregard the United States Constitution, OK? Let's. I don't give a rat's ass who pays for how much or when or where. The federal government, according to the United States Constitution, has no place in ANY federal health care plan and that includes Socialist Security, by the way. That includes the plethora of PPO, HMO and other kind of a "program" the federal government started. Period. Please show me within the USC where a federal health care is provided for and I will quit talking about it. Try it.
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