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Newt on Jeb


In the ballroom of the J. W. Marriott in downtown Washington just a quarter of an hour ago, Newt Gingrich addressed the “2007 Health & Human Capital Management Congress.” His theme: Moving from the clunky old twentieth century model of health care to the sleek, high-tech model of the twenty-first century.

Right off the bat, Newt named two websites as examples of the way to do it right, making readily available huge amounts of information–information that permits consumers to compare the prices and quality of various drugs and treatments: and Newt called the sites “glimpses of the future” and “extraordinarily useful.”

“Both these,” Newt also stated—and note this well, K-Lo—“are initiatives of Governor Jeb Bush.”


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