Two health care links from Daily Kos

I haven’t read much of the Daily Kos since the 2008 election, but I stumbled across it this morning and came by two good posts about health care I thought I’d share:

First, here’s Christopher Hayes of The Nation explaining in pretty straight-forward language what the “public option” for health care really means:

Second, there’s this post by someone named Hunter called “Stating The Obvious: Healthcare Reform Edition.” Read it, but just to summarize:  1) Anyone who starts talking about this program being about “communist fascism” doesn’t understand either “communism” or “fascism” and should be ignored; and 2) You cannot be “against socialized medicine” but for Medicare since, by definition, Medicare is indeed socialized medicine.

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