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September 25

Florida Health Insurance Obama Vs. McCain

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An Obama-Biden ad deceptively claims that McCain wants to “do the same to our health care” that “Wall Street deregulation” has achieved in the banking industry.

The ad takes an isolated phrase out of context from a journal article under McCain’s byline, in which he states that he would reduce regulation of health insurance “as we have done over the last decade in banking.” But when the article is read in context, it reveals that McCain was referring specifically to his proposal which would enable people to purchase health insurance across state lines.

Who do you think has the best plan for our nation’s health insurance over the next four years?

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4 Responses to “Florida Health Insurance Obama Vs. McCain”

  1. Loni Smith on September 25th, 2008 at 10:00 pm

    Obama all the way! How can America think that John McCain can help normal citizens of the U.S. He has 13 houses and 17 cars. He is a $ man.

  2. Easy To Insure Me on October 8th, 2008 at 10:16 am

    Obama definitely has a better plan. Any person who would stand up and say I will not let any child be uninsured is a hero and a genius. A hero 1 because he will provide every child with health care. A genius 2 because this will create a healthier nation for us to live in, in the long run.

  3. David on February 3rd, 2009 at 1:07 am

    Well its quite interesting and still waiting for the looking on more of the plans.. I do convinced with the info’s above..

  4. Debt Relief on February 25th, 2009 at 7:13 pm

    Woefully, the explanation is ofttimes an idea that is so effortless it would just necessitate a short moment of time to get into position, but is often forgotten.

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