With all the recent publicity America"s health care system has been getting in the past few months (SCHIP debate, health reform proposals, SiCKO), it"s not terribly surprising that health care is the number one domestic issue among Americans.
We"ve been looking for the 2008 presidential candidates to offer the right reform plan for the health care system. But so far, many are still on the fence when it comes to their preferred candidate.
A Kaiser Family Foundation report found that almost 60% of Americans can"t name or don’t know which candidate"s health care views best line up with theirs.
That means more than half of the people who say health care is the most important domestic issue in
Does that mean no candidate has come up with a good plan yet, Americans aren’t up to speed on the candidates" health care positions, or is it just too early to decide?