Here’s something you don’t see every day… A Fox News personality, Bill O’Reilly, endorsing a public health care option.

O’REILLY: The public option now is done. We discussed this, it’s not going to happen. But you say that this little marketplace that they’re going to set up, whereby the federal government would subsidize insurance for some Americans, that is, in your opinion, a public option?

OWCHARENKO: Well, it has massive new federal regulation. So you don’t necessarily need a public option if the federal government is going to control and regulate the type of health insurance that Americans can buy.

O’REILLY: But you know, I want that, Ms. Owcharenko. I want that. I want, not for personally for me, but for working Americans, to have a option, that if they don’t like their health insurance, if it’s too expensive, they can’t afford it, if the government can cobble together a cheaper insurance policy that gives the same benefits, I see that as a plus for the folks.

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3 Responses to “Bill O’Reilly Endorses Public Health Care Option”

  1. Even BillO can get it right once in a while.

  2. Thinning the herd says:
  3. If O’Reilly wants it (not necessarily for him) then maybe he is maybe seeing the bigger picture that health care reform will help more Americans and help the ones with lower incomes that do cannot afford good insurance policies but are still paying too much for what they are getting. The health care reform is something that has not united the country, but it is time that action was taken to help the less income workers and stop the insurance companies making multi-million dollars a year and holding all the cards figuratively speaking.
    .-= insurance info´s last blog ..Advantages of a Whole Life Insurance Policy =-.

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