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Under our current system of "Bushcare", private insurers skim 25%-30% off the top in excessive overhead & profit.

You mean to say that the United States government, with all its bureaucracy, would add less 'overhead' than private insurers locked in constant competition with one another?

There are a lot of valid reasons why people might support national healthcare legislation - reduced 'overhead' however, isn't one of them.
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