Friday, August 7, 2009
Finally, someone in the MSM is starting to ask some serious questions regarding the Obama plan for Universal Health Insurance.
Time magazine starts to understand why some Americans feel the need to attend town hall meetings to ask questions and make some noise:
"Public skepticism is warranted when the President promises to cut costs while simultaneously providing coverage to nearly 50 million uninsured people. It is even more warranted when his congressional allies seek to raise taxes to pay for all the new spending that this cost-cutting entails. We aren't talking about short-term spending either; this isn't a trillion-dollar investment in a new system that will ultimately save money. The Congressional Budget Office says the leading health-care-reform proposals will increase health-care spending and make the budget harder to balance in the long run. Yet saving money is the President's principal stated rationale for reform."
Read the entire article HERE.