Saturday, April 16, 2011

The 2012 Theses

Andrew Sullivan doesn't like the GOP budget plan much because, he says, it cuts rather than increases tax revenue and would reduce retirees' access to health care by replacing Medicare with subsidies for private insurance policies insurers might not even be willing to write. And yet:
You can gloat that the GOP has committed political suicide by essentially ending Medicare and Medicaid as we know them, but that is not a substantive response. They deserve political props for nailing this proposal to the door of the White House.

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