End of Private Insurance, Start of a Universal System?

It looks like that despite the claims an Obama-led health-care “reform” program, with a “public” (read: government) option, would not end private insurance or lead ultimately to a “single-payer” (read: universal) system, such results are exactly what Obama and some in Congress envision. Take for example this report on Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.).

But the White House continues to deny that such results are what will happen. Take for example this White House video attempting to refute what it views as “disinformation” in the health-care debate:

This video puts the issue into clearer perspective:

And here’s the Congressman Frank video in more detail:

Judge for yourself.

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3 Responses to End of Private Insurance, Start of a Universal System?

  1. Kerry Beaty says:

    A,

    Thanks for the infomation, misinformation…well, you know!
    You’re the best!

    Bro. Kerry

  2. […] of reform plans in the U.S., many proponents of the proposed public (read: government) option have voiced their view that it would be an incremental step toward single-payer. And a component of the public […]

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