Monday, December 1, 2008

Crisis? What Crisis?

Dr. Frederic Jarrett responds to Gov. Rendel's response to his WSJ Op-Ed on the medical insurance crisis here in Pennsylvania.

Money Q:

"Gov. Rendell is a master in the selective use of data and statistics. The figures I quoted on the number of physicians in Pennsylvania declining 6% between 2004 and 2006 and the figures on physician age in Pennsylvania are from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, a part of Gov. Rendell's administration, and my other figures are from the National Practitioner Data Bank and the American Medical Association Masterfile. I will stand by the figures I quoted. I hope the governor will stand by those of his own administration."

Who to believe?

Time to "man-up," Ed.

1 Comments:

Anonymous r said...

Fast Eddie isn’t nearly as slick as he thinks he is. He’s pretty much just a typical Lib tax-and-spend-and-spend bold-faced liar. Being a liar doesn’t require any special talent.
Who else voted NO on the ballot question Nov 4? Why should we borrow an additional $400 million to fix our water and sewer lines that should have been being serviced all along? Why wasn’t Fast Ed doing his job? And how come the Lib Media never hits him with tough questions? And why is PA so far in debt now? What happened to the surplus he inherited?

Thank goodness for term limits. Not much chance we can do any worse than Fast Eddie in the Gov Mansion.

December 1, 2008 at 11:35 AM 

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