I was on the conference call as well, and thought it would have been more useful if it were held after Giuliani's speech tomorrow morning, which would have allowed his advisors to offer more details and enabled reporters to ask more pointed questions. Much of what I heard, I liked–particularly about the opposition to mandates, and making it easier to purchase out of state healthcare. The Giuliani campaign cautions that while Rudy will be putting more meat on the bones tomorrow, he will not be unveiling a detailed, book-sized plan for healthcare at this point. Rather, this is just another step in the ongoing process of putting together a plan.
Politically, healthcare is one area where Giuliani clearly has an opportunity to position himself to the right of Mitt Romney, whose
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