Is there a doctor in the house?

“Health-care coverage without access is meaningless,” says Massachusetts’ governor.

Yet, “universal healthcare” proponents are usually cut from the same cloth as those who want our best and brightest to become doctors at low rewards. There’s, also, immigration implications, and terrorism dangers that Britain discovered.

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Bruce Kesler

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