“A sweeping new program,” President Richard M. Nixon called it when he introduced his bold national health plan in 1971. “One that builds on the strengths of the present system, and one that does not destroy these strengths. One based on partnership, not paternalism.”
According to AARP that plan was very similar to the current Obama health plan. The late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, author of his own national plan, led the critics on Nixon's health plan. This last year he reflected that and thought we should have jumped on that plan years ago. It will interesting to see just what will be the end result.
People in van with Florida license plates harassing Wells Fargo customers for cash - Around 4:50 p.m. today, I was walking near Wells Fargo in Eureka and saw EPD car driving away. Went into the bank and asked Wells Fargo why EPD was ...
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Nixon may have been right on health care, but it's way too late for him to claim any credit!
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