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Jul
19
2007

For an editor, there’s nothing more entertaining than hearing two opinionated writers go at it. Today, you can join in on the fun.

Thursday, Scott Olin Schmidt wrote about health care policy saying that putting the government in charge of the nation’s medical system was downright foolish. Look, he said, at Walter Reed. Scott, a pro-business Republican prefer the market-based solution.

Today, Matthew Holt, who make his living thinking about the U.S. health care system takes Scott to task. We’re too polite to use the word “smack down” but you can if you like.

And in reading both posts, you’ll get a good look at the arguments in play as America’s health care system – its successes and short-comings – heads for center stage in the 2008 Election.

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