The weekly Daley: Obamacare and other messes

By From page A4 | November 08, 2013

Like many others, I had high hopes when the president first announced his intention to secure a reform of the nation’s healthcare system with a focus on providing a reasonable level of services to the many millions of uninsured or severely under-insured Americans. Universal healthcare is what he had in mind, I believed. A system kind of like those in effect in places like Canada, Sweden, France and the U.K. but with features tailored to America and the American way of life. That’s what I was looking for. My disappointment with Obamacare is in line with those who believe it didn’t go far enough to actually reform the system.

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