Oh Noooo!

The public grows fearful of Clinton's plan and shows little faith in alternatives. Is reform doomed this year?

Ted Koziol, a retired General Motors assembly-line worker, flew into a passion. At a January meeting in Venice, Florida, called by Republican Congressman Dan Miller to hear his constituents' views, Koziol burst out, "My health benefits are great! Do not touch what I worked 34 years to earn! What our President is talking about now is to tax my insurance or take it away. Right now I can choose my doctors. Regardless of what Hillary says, that's not the case with their plan."

Though he drew loud applause in Venice, Koziol at the time was part of a distinct minority in...

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