Former President Clinton certainly had a lot to say last night in his appearance at Netroots Nation. First, Clinton got into it with a blogger over his record on gay rights
when he was president.
And, according to The New York Times,
the ex-president stood up for the healthcare provision backed by U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer
(D-Ore.) that would require Medicare reimbursement for voluntary end-of-life consultations
between docs and patients.
(Nice that Clinton doesn't hold any political grudges
We now return you to 2009.