The Denver Post reports:
A key architect and a sharp opponent of national health care reform clashed in a debate Thursday over how much “Obamacare” limits consumer choice and holds hope of cutting costs. …
[Linda] Gorman of thesaid the subsidies and patient-managing plans of “Obamacare” wipe consumer choice out of the picture. By contrast, Gorman said, procedures where buyers know the price and have real choice, like Lasik eye surgery and urgent-care centers, have seen costs come down through true .
Also see Linda’s one-page issue backgrounder against ObamaCare: The Real Cost of ObamaCare: The End Of Reforms Promising Personal, Private, Portable, Affordable Health Care