Who said that? Dems and GOP display dizzying shift on Medicare rhetoric: Page 5 of 10

Life or death (part 1)

THEN

altHHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Aug. 16, 2009

"I think it's really horrific that some opponents of the health reform bill have used painful personal moments to scare people about what is in the bill. nothing could be further from the truth that there's somehow a death panel. if anything seniors should welcome the fact that doctors would have a payment provided to sit down with family members if they choose and have a discussion."

NOW

Sebelius, May 5, 2011

"If you run out of the government voucher and then you run out of your own money, you're left to scrape together charity care, go without care, die sooner. There really aren't a lot of options."


THEN & NOW:

The effects of reform | On rationing | Electoral consequences
Life or death (part 1) | Life or death (part 2) | "Granny"
Scare tactics | Asking for civility | "Grown up" solutions


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