Diane Archer: The Big Debt Driver: Rising Health Care Costs, Not Medicare

More American Exceptionalism: Every other industrialized nation has somehow figured out how to provide affordable health care to its citizens and nobody is bankrupted by health-related bills.

As both our national debt and health care costs continue to swell, America’s CEOs and other “influentials” have targeted Medicare as a key culprit and insist that Congress cut Medicare spending in the current deficit discussions. In truth, we do not have a “Medicare problem” in this country; we have a big problem with rising health care costs.

via Diane Archer: The Big Debt Driver: Rising Health Care Costs, Not Medicare.

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