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Daschle Paid $220,000 By Health Care Industry

President Obama's pick for secretary of Health and Human Services, Tom Daschle, has received almost a quarter million dollars in speaking fees from various health care companies over the past two years. What do you think?

  • "Daschle got screwed. Health insurance providers can afford a lot more than that."

    Frank Watson Loan Collector
  • "It's still not as bad as the $400,000 that Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has received from the geyser and hot springs lobby."

    Leslie Adelman Unemployed
  • "I don't think that would conflict with the traditional health secretary’s role of failing to reform health care."

    Rory Kasel Travel Nurse

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