Not that anyone’s going to notice, but anti-war Representative and Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich is deeply unimpressed with Hillary Clinton’s health care plan.
Kucinich, who just wrapped up a press conference on the City Hall steps alongside Charles Barron, Gale Brewer and some activists, told me he thinks that Hillary’s plan isn’t sufficiently tough on for-profit companies in the health industry.
“What I’m saying is Hillary Clinton’s plan is the same old same old. It keeps the insurance companies in control of our health care system and it means people will be tied to higher premiums, co-pays and deductibles. That’s what it’s all about.”
Kucinich says that she’s not the only one whose health care scheme is overly reliant on for-profit entities, mentioning John Edwards as another candidate who is failing to provide “leadership” on the issue.
— Azi Paybarah