Today, inOmaha, Nebraska.
The Low Income
People here feel a great sense of community and accomplishment, and as well they should, because community health centers, not only here in Omaha, but around the country, provide a very vital service. I happen to think they’re an integral part of a health care system because they provide care for the low-income, for the newly arrived, and they take the pressure off of our hospital emergency rooms.
I remind the people of Omaha that this is a public-private partnership; the federal government is a — and my administration strongly supports the expansion and the extension and the reach of these community health centers.
I really appreciate you giving me a chance to come to — part of our national strategy is to make sure the uninsured can find good-quality primary care.
Q Iran’s President said the NIE is a victory for Iran. They want an apology from the United States, and compensation, sir. Will you do that? Is the NIE a victory for Iran?
THE PRESIDENT: (Laughter.) You can mark down I chuckled.
2 thoughts on “Your President Speaks!”
“an integral part of a health care system because they provide care for the low-income, ”
The low-income what? The low-income whatever. People are nothing to this empty suit unless they come with a large checkbook.
“. . .an integral part of a health care system because they provide care for the low-income,. . .”
Well, at least he didn’t call them “welfare mamas”.
Comments are closed.