Buildings, Not Health Care

More from Eliot Spitzer on Dennis Rivera and the 1199 ad campaign:

PRESSMAN: And when Rivera says that cuts are not reform, what do you say?

Gov. SPITZER: Well, you know, what we are doing is insuring 2.6 million New Yorkers, providing for better preventive care, insuring that we have primary care doctors. What he wants to do is keep funding bricks and mortar that has not been providing good care. So we’re cutting here to invest over here. That is good health care.

The full transcript of the WNBC interview is here.

— Azi Paybarah

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