CBS News asked Brooks Jackson, FactCheck.org's director, and Wall Street
Journal reporter Alicia Mundy to address six top health care myths: (1) Does
the bill encourage euthanasia? No. (2) Will health services be rationed? Not
really, and besides, it happens already. (3) Will reform be "deficit neutral?"
Probably not. (4) Will reform mean the government could pay for abortions?
Possibly, the bills are neutral on the issue. (5) Will there be Medicare cuts?
Democrats want to cut expenses, but not services. (6) Will people be able to
keep their current insurance? You can keep your plan, but reform may mean your
plan changes over time.