COLUMBIA — Dwelling, as many of us are, on the overly emotional catfight over the administration’s health care reform legislation, I find myself likening it to maintaining an automobile. Although the family car might still provide reliable transportation to and from work and to recreational activities, after periods of operation it will require certain preventive maintenance — oil changes, engine tuneups, new tires and, in some cases, a visit to a repair shop.
Health care needs reform, not overhaul
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