Why we fear Bam big gov't

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Author(s) Michael Goodwin
Source New York Post
Date March 21, 2010
URL http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/why_we_fear_bam_big_gov_zFBhU4FkgiKa6roMSiyrMJ
Quotes-start.png "There is little dispute the industry has big flaws, yet Obama passed up a bipartisan chance to fix most of them. He opted for a sweeping expansion and takeover that would put Washington in charge of every aspect, from levels of care, to cost, to mandates, to jobs and taxes. Ultimately, no American will be able to escape its centralizing impact, which is why opponents are so ferocious and frightened." Quotes-end.png

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