While jogging in Central Park yesterday and listening to National Public Radio, I heard a reporter interviewing Iowa voters who were participating in a mock presidential election caucus. One woman claiming to be “very successful” in her publishing business said she didn’t believe in “universal” health care, didn’t want the government to interfere with her health care choices, but wants cuts in government spending and objects to paying for kids’ school breakfasts.I felt compelled to snap some ...
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