Conservative Groups Fault Health-Care Agenda - WSJ.com
Conservative groups are stepping up the battle against Democrats' proposed health-system overhaul with advertising campaigns contending that the changes could result in long waits for surgery and difficulty obtaining prescription drugs.The conservative groups' campaigns seek to liken the Democrats' proposed system to those in countries where the government has more involvement in the health system. Many experts don't believe such systems offer worse care than the current U.S. system, which is based largely on private plans and coverage.
In the ad campaign by Americans for Prosperity Foundation, a Canadian woman, who also was not paid, says: "As my brain tumor got worse, my government health-care system told me I had to wait six months to see a specialist."A back door to near complete government health care.But leading Democratic lawmakers drafting legislation to expand health-care coverage and reduce its cost have said they wouldn't seek to emulate either the Canadian or U.K. system. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D., Mont.) told reporters last week that he was trying to craft "a uniquely American solution" where people who like their health insurance can keep it.
Max Baucus is a damn liar, he knows this is a trojan horse.