Who said what?

“We think that’s the most effective way for the nation to grapple with the issue at hand, which is costs are rising at a very rapid rate and the more people that are included, the easier it would be to leverage costs. The reason that you saw us weigh in … really just speaks to the need to get as many people covered as we can. One of the main reasons that health care costs are so high is that there are 45 or 47 million Americans that don’t have any insurance and the cost of their health care gets spread across everybody else, so as you increase that base, you have a better chance to leverage expenses.”
While we clearly need health-care reform, the last thing our country needs is a massive new health-care entitlement that will create hundreds of billions of dollars of new unfunded deficits and move us much closer to a government takeover of our health-care system. Instead, we should be trying to achieve reforms by moving in the opposite direction—toward less government control and more individual empowerment.
Link. While this might risk spoiling the surprise, I gotta say it anyways since I say it so seldom: Way to go, Walmart.

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