Kill the Pseudo-Public Option

As I’ve mentioned before, RJ Eskow is a fair, knowledgeable source on health care reform issues. So when he begins to come out against the health care bill, you should listen.

…while it’s wise to be realistic, there are two critical tests for reform: Is it an improvement over what we have today? And is it structured so that further improvements can be made as it becomes politically feasible to do so? There are significant problems with both the House and the Senate versions that could cause the final bill to fail one or both of these tests.

Read RJ’s whole piece here.

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