Sunday, July 5, 2009

Is Goldman Sachs In Favor Of Single Payer

Hell Yes! Look, we have been financially flatlined for the past twenty years and when it comes to personal income it is easy for me to see that they need access to more cash to heal their credit default swap wounds. Money freed up by reducing Americans health care costs would in many ways give them access to more cash and would provide for the continuing penchant of the publics hope of greater returns on Wall Street. The clue provided by Chuck (Charles) Schumer is the tell.

The economy will take recover once this happens and we will awake to a different economic landscape.

Reported in "The Hill" Last week.

The health care reform bill that emerges from Congress this year will include a government-run public health insurance option, regardless of the bipartisan negotiations seeking a compromise in the Senate, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Sunday.

"Make no mistake about it, the president is for this strongly. There will be a public option in the final bill," Schumer said on CBS News's "Face the Nation.

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