Illinois Review, with issues of honesty themselves, attack Bill Foster’s commercial as being untrue because it claims:
The false claim in the ad is that somehow Jim Oberweis doesn’t support employer provided health care. However, according to the correction that ran in today’s Chicago Tribune, Foster’s charge is false. You have to read the fine print, but hey, it’s there . . .
In the long run, then, a fundamental element of health care reform must be to move away from the third party payer system, and reintroduce incentives for managing one’s own health care expenditures. Tax-free Health Savings Accounts are an excellent first step in the right direction.
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So, Oberweis does say he wants to end employer provided health care insurance. It’s on his web site. Did someone hack into it and put it there to smear him?
What’s the problem here?