Clinton's Shell Game On Medicare
Leadership is the art of coaxing people into doing what they know they must do. That's why President Clinton's shell game with Medicare reform is so troubling. The President has the persuasive skills to make clear to America's elderly why they should join most of their children in managed care. He can show why it's necessary to cut growth in government expenditures on medical care to balance the budget--and why this would spur economic growth and help everyone. He can do this, but he won't. That's a major mistake.
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