In Hillary’s zeal to appeal to the “down trodden” and the “dejected”, she has stated that she intends to cost the health care industry more money in the long run. She doesn’t know she said it but said it she did.
The last paragraph in today’s Wall Street Journal weekend Hot Topic reads as follows:
In any event, it will be interesting to see in the coming months how Mrs. Clinton negotiates what she calls “the moral imperative” to extend universal coverage to all Americans. Given that most of her proposals so far would raise, not lower, the cost of health care, she might want to go back to the drawing board.
Hillary’s recovery from the last outing to socialize America’s health care system must be tough to deal with.