Health care reform: a critic’s take

The World

President Obama’s bill to reform health care passed in the House with the support of 219 Democrats and not a single Republican vote. The president and Democratic leaders are touting the bill’s passage as a victory for the American people, but Republican critics are fighting back, saying that the bill will be on voters’ minds during the midterm elections, and that it will lead to a power shift in Congress.

Jim Frogue is one such critic. He is vice president at the Center for Health Transformation, which is Newt Gingrich’s health policy group. He says this reform is not good for America.

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