Giuliani, Romney and Thompson on Health Care
Giuliani continues to use the questions directed at him to attack Democrats while avoiding any attacks on his Republican allies.
On health care, Giuliani said the plans to reform the system proposed by Democrats amount to "socialized medicine." He advocated a free market with all Americans making different decisions. "Socialized medicine will ruin medicine in the United States," he said to a sustained applause.
Romney attacked both Washington -- "where everything becomes a mess" -- and the Democratic party for promoting "socialized medicine." He used the health care question to highlight his resume as a doer during his gubernatorial term in Massachusetts; "I'm the guy who actually tackled this issue," he said.
Tommy Thompson, who is widely credited as an innovator on health care policy, was clearly overjoyed at getting a chance to answer a question on his key issue. He did well, enjoying his best moment of any of the three debates.
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