Their ads are down but the arguments between Eliot Spitzer and critics of his plan to reduce health care spending continue.
Within minutes of each other, two emails hit my inbox.
From Eliot Spitzer:
“By offering reforms on how we manage the care of high-need individuals, such as the elderly, the disabled and those with multiple medical conditions, we can better manage the care of these individuals while saving the state millions of dollars in the future.”
From Al Sharpton:
“Gov. Spitzer says he’s for putting patients first. It’s difficult to see how cutting more than $1 billion from our hospitals and nursing homes while the state enjoys a $1 billion-plus surplus would achieve that goal.”
— Azi Paybarah