Clinton Will Deliver On Universal Healthcare Plan That Does Not Exist By Greg Edwards New hopeful Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clintonsays that if elected, she will deliver on a new universal healthcare system. The problem is, she doesn't have a plan.
Today on Good Morning America, Hillary focused her thoughts on talking about a new universal healthcare plan she intends to implement if elected president. The problem is, she doesn't have a plan.
Hillary went on to explain that she has “learned a lot” from her husbands failed attempt at a legitimate universal healthcare system.
Hillary said, “I believe the American people are going to make this an issue. I believe we're in a better position today to do that than we were in '93 and '94. ... It's one of the reasons I'm running for president.”
Although Clinton says that she will deliver on a new universal healthcare system, she doesn’t know what it is yet. Recently when questioned by a citizen at a town hall meeting to divulge the specifics of her new universal healthcare plan, she said that “The reason I haven’t set out a plan and said here's exactly what I will do,”, is because she wants to hear from voters and get their opinion on what type of plan Americans
I am glad to see that Hillary has such confidence that she will deliver
a new universal healthcare plan, even though she doesn’t even know
what it is yet. I’m sure Clinton’s plan, if it ever comes out, will
look something like John Edwards plan but will better hide the “inevitable” tax
increase. This will of coarse give greater appeal to the conservative
voters who cringe at the thought of tax increases. These are the same
voters she tried to win over by sending out a press release stating
that she became a born again Christian. Greg
Edwards is the author of many health related articles as well as
the owner of a consumer advocacy website.
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