Health Care.

8 02 2008

Monday’s edition of The New York Times contained a pretty interesting op-ed on the Clinton and Obama health care plans. You know, there’s so much talk about how the candidates are so similar that it’s really going to come down to personality – not true. There are real differences that matter. It’s really nice when a reputable publication lays out these differences in a neat little package – and in one page or less.

Here’s the main thesis:

If you combine the economic analysis with these political realities, here’s what I think it says: If Mrs. Clinton gets the Democratic nomination, there is some chance — nobody knows how big — that we’ll get universal health care in the next administration. If Mr. Obama gets the nomination, it just won’t happen.

Click here for the whole article.

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