Here’s a novel thought. Let’s ask the people who know the most about health care and how the health care system actually works every day what they think about reform and providing a public plan for people who want to buy into it.
As NPR reports , that’s what the folks at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine did over the summer. They polled a random sample of more than 2,000 physicians and found that almost three-quarters of them support some form of a public option.
Now it’s just a question who to believe, the majority of doctors in America or members of Congress who heckle the President.