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Even as Democrats claim the outrage seen at town hall meetings across the country does not reflect public opinion on health care reform, the Obama administration is changing tactics and signaling that it's ready to compromise on a key element of its reform push.
The shift suggest that critics of Democrats' health care reform plans are having an impact, and could change the course of debate in Washington once Congress returns from recess.
On Sunday, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the so-called public option -- a government-run health care plan that would be just one component of a broader health care overhaul -- is "not the essential element."
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by ravenshadow13
The problem with it is that many people easily way to do what the government wants them to do. And if the government wants to save money, your dieing relatives with cancer become an expense that doesn't need to go on.
The term death council is accurate because a council under the government, IE, bureaucracy, always seeks to do the best, with minimum effort and spending. Death is cheaper then buying pills for grandma.