Kucinich: If You Listen To The President You’d Think He’s For The Public Option BUT HE’S NOT!

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March 08, 2010

On Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Lawrence O’Donnell talks with Congressman Dennis Kucinich on how the health care reform bill before Congress doesn’t address the problems. 3/8/10

Dennis Kucinich, “Nothing Would Be Better Than This Bill” – 3/8/10

see

Let States Do It + Put States’ Rights Single-Payer Back In

Bill Moyers Journal: Wendell Potter + Marcia Angell + Viewer mail

Dennis Kucinich After Meeting President Obama

Dennis Kucinich: This Bill Is A Sellout To Insurance Companies!

How Obama’s Health Care “Reform” Kills Health Care by Shamus Cooke

The False Health Debate: Shall We Be Forced To Buy Corporate Insurance By Law Or By Necessity?

7 thoughts on “Kucinich: If You Listen To The President You’d Think He’s For The Public Option BUT HE’S NOT!

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  6. He’s right. I really hate to say that after more than a year of wrangling over health care reform, all we have left is a health insurance industry regulation bill. Remember how well the SEC regulated the financial industry? Remember how the SEC looked the other way while Bernie Maddoff scammed everyone? Laws are only enforced if there is political will to enforce them. And the trend in Washington is to roll back existing regulation in line with the doctrine of Saint Ronald Reagan.

    This bill is exactly what Obama and Emanuel worked for, but it won’t work for us.

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