Monday, August 24, 2009

Barack Obama stands by health care plan on radio

President Barack Obama said Thursday any health care overhaul bill he signs should reduce rapidly rising health care costs, protect consumers from insurance abuses and provide affordable choices to the uninsured - while not adding to the federal deficit.
Obama listed those four "bullet points" as his basic necessities in response to a question from a caller to a Philadelphia-based talk radio show. Host Michael Smerconish interviewed Obama at the White House during the show and Obama took questions from a number of listeners.
Another caller said he sensed the administration's "knees buckling" under criticism of the proposal. Obama said he was as determined as always and "I guarantee you, Joe, we are going to get health care done."


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