Reason Writers on NPR: Peter Suderman Talks RomneyCare, Vermont Single Payer on To the Point


On Monday, May 16, Reason Associate Editor Peter Suderman appeared on NPR's To the Point with host Warren Olney to talk about how health reform is faring in Massachusetts and Vermont's recent attempt to implement a single-payer health plan. Listen to the full program online here

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  2. What the fuck is Suderman doing on tax-payer funded radio?

    1. Why only preach to the choir?

      1. That’s preaching from the choir. He should get his ass back on Fox News.

    2. http://www.npr.org/about/image…..io_rev.jpg

      It’s not even majority public-funded anyway.

      More-or-less pure subsidies make up 15.9% (fed/state/local + Corporation for Public Broadcasting) of its funding.

  3. “As someone and commented widely and generally sympathetically about Ron Paul, I’ve got to say that The New Republic article detailing tons of racist and homophobic comments from Paul newsletters is really stunning. As former reason intern Dan Koffler documents here, there is no shortage of truly odious material that is simply jaw-dropping.
    I don’t think that Ron Paul wrote this stuff but that really doesn’t matter–the newsletters carried his name after all–and his non-response to Dave Weigel below is unsatisfying on about a thousand different levels. It is hugely disappointing that he produced a cache of such garbage.”–Nick Gillespie

    1. He’s obviously a racist and one only has to look no further than his talk of state’s rights and the Constitution and all. Everyone knows the founding fathers were slave holding bigoted racist homophobes.


      1. The point was Nick Gillespie’s reaction to the newsletters, you fucking idiot, so stick your sarcasm up your ass.

  4. Wow, those guys makes a lot of sense dude.


    1. What’s sense dude and how do they make it?

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