Rudy Giuliani doesn't know how many of the currently uninsured will have coverage under his proposed healthcare plan, but he thinks it might not be all of them:
Also, he's clearly not living on the same planet as the rest of us:
He's in Cedar Rapids [median household income $48,ooo], Iowa [median household income $45,000], talking about giving everyone tax exemptions up to $15,000 on their health care costs, and that their health insurance might be $9,000--$8,000--$7,000--$10,000 or it might go as low as $6,000, with $3000 in a health savings acoount.
I'm not sure, but I think the woman who asked him the question: What are the private companies doing to lower our healthcare costs? might just have heard: When I'm President your healthcare is going to cost you one-third of everything you've got.
It's almost too much to hope for, but Rudy Giuliani might be the best secret weapon we've got for winning over hearts and minds to the dread Socialized Medicine. The rest of us aren't making all that much more than the good folks in Iowa.