Ian Welsh at The Agonist has the best questions I've seen about HilaryCare 2.0.
They're at Questioning the Hillary Health Care Plan.
I will say this: I think Ezra Klein is exactly right: if we get any sort of national health care plan of any value out of the next administration, whoever is running it, a good chunk of the credit belongs to the man who forced people to talk about it in a meaningful, detailed way: John Edwards.
John Edwards has been showing for more than a year that he’s the best candidate. His program is best, he has hardly any negatives. Let’s make him the candidate, not just say we’ll owe him for having good ideas.
Let’s make him the candidate, not just say we’ll owe him for having good ideas.
i second that. whole-heartedly.
plus, clinton’s plan is really bad.