Well, "articulates" may not be the right word.
On WMUR yesterday, NH Senate candidate Scott Brown gave his sage opinion about health care policy:
I’ve always felt that people should either get some type of health care options, or pay for it with a nice competitive fee. That’s all great. I believe it in my heart. In terms of preexisting conditions, catastrophic coverage, covering kids — whatever we want to do, we can do it. As a matter of fact, in New Hampshire, I would encourage everybody to do a New Hampshire plan that works for New Hampshire, that deals with individual freedoms, and doesn’t have mandates put on by bureaucrats in Washington….a plan that is good for New Hampshire…can include the Medicaid expansion folks who need that care and coverage.Dr. Irwin Corey could not have said it better: pre-existing conditions! no mandates! Medicaid! kids! state plans!
No amount of ranch or honey mustard dressing can make that word salad palatable.