Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama agrees with that position. While on the campaign trail last week in Albuquerque, N.M. said that "Employers might begin to drop health insurance for employees "when a $2,500 tax credit is not enough" to cover the cost of premiums."
Senator Obama discussed health care and other issues saying, "Health care puts such a burden on families," adding, "even if you've got health insurance, you've seen your copays and deductibles and premiums up. If you don't have health care, you feel like you are always one illness or one accident away from bankruptcy." Obama added, "We've got to reverse that."
According to Moran, under the Obama health care proposal, "There will not be a single person in America that wants health insurance that will not be able to get it." He writes, "Obama offers a mix of changes, many, but not all involving government money, and saying the best solution will emerge from the experimentation."
Moran said, "I think health insurance will stay on the table after the election pointing to the addition of Elizabeth Edwards, who has joined Obama's health care committee." Adding, "Elizabeth Edwards will continue to promote an expansion of health insurance to all U.S. residents, it's a good sign that Obama is still thinking health care after the primary season, and after the change in the economic situation of America."
The health insurance analyst argued, "that huge economic issues face the next president; including health care, the federal budget deficit, oil prices etc." Moran said, "Recently the financial situation of the natio
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