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How Congress intends to cut health care costs

NYT: ObamaCare’s Success Based On Denying Medical Procedures
April 7, 2010 by Noel Sheppard

In today’s “Now They Tell Us” segment, the New York Times on Wednesday reported that ObamaCare’s ability to bring down costs will be a function of denying some people medical services and procedures.

“From an economic perspective, health reform will fail if we can’t sometimes push back against the try-anything instinct,” wrote David Leonhardt.

“So figuring out how we can say no may be the single toughest and most important task facing the people who will be in charge of carrying out reform.”

As you continue to read Leonhardt’s shocking words, consider that the paper he writes for has published over 100 articles about Sarah Palin’s “death panels”:

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