Obama Campaign Slams Republican Healthcare Plan; Calls It "Vouchercare"
-- Non-partisan organization publishes special report explaining what it means --
Washington, DC (September 4, 2012) -- In recent politics, the Obama campaign has slammed the GOP calling the Republican healthcare plan proposals nothing more than "Voucher care." Recently, while speaking to a group of supporters in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Vice President Biden said, "We are for Medicare, they are for voucher care."
But what does he mean? What are the differences between Medicare and Vouchercare?
The Affordable Health Insurance Network, a popular online healthcare resource, has published a special report to answer that question. It can be read online at: http://blog.affordablehealthinsurance.org/2012/09/medicare-obamacare-vs-vouchercare-obama-romney.html
About The Affordable Health Insurance Network (AHIN)
AHIN is a small non-partisan organization comprised of researchers, journalists, and contributors that supply and document relevant content about health care. Believing that many are either uninformed or misinformed, their goal is to educate insured and uninsured Americans about how to obtain reasonable coverage, how to avoid the scams, and how to stay in-the-know.
For more details, visit www.affordablehealthinsurance.org
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