Harvard Medical Dean Gives "Failing Grade" to Health Debate
By Rick Pearcey November 19, 2009, 06:09 PM
"Speeches and news reports can lead you to believe that proposed congressional legislation would tackle the problems of cost, access and quality," writes Jeffrey S. Flier, dean of Harvard Medical School, in the Wall Street Journal. "But that's not true." (emphasis added)
Add to Flier's critique the unconstitutional and authoritarian nature of this attempted federal usurpation, and you have four excellent reasons a creative and dignified people will prefer healthcare solutions that do not kill the God-given freedom of the patient.
Hat tip: Rush Limbaugh
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