Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Michael Steele Incomprehensively Discusses Health Care.

What the hell. At least there are some people (even on both sides of the aisle!) who are actually suggesting ideas, imperfect or impractical.

As opposed to any systemic change in the health care system, Michael Steele suggests:
If I don't have access because of... a host of reasons which may be legitimate, then address that.

If he is including "systemic and pervasive reasons that for-profit insurance companies would work to deny access to its policyholders" among the "host of reasons which may be legitimate," then a systemic reform of the medical insurance industry is an entirely appropriate response.

Never mind that. Let's just do the deal, whatever that means.

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