The President says, " you can keep your health insurance" and he's telling the truth BUT you can't change it and if you change jobs, you can't get new private health insurance because it won't be allowed under HR3200.(page 16-17) If your employer tries to change it or drops coverage, you will be out of luck because no new private insurance will be allowed and you'll be forced into the gov't plan. If I'm reading this wrong, I'll sure someone will correct me.If the public option is off the table, they'll have to change this but until the White House says that they don't want a private option, it's still there. The Secretary of HHS says that abortion is not mentioned in the plan and she is correct, it's not. BUT in interpreting insurance law if something is not specifically excluded, it is considered to be covered. By not mentioning it, it is a backdoor way to include it. Whether you favor insurance coverage of it or oppose it, it is intellectually dishonest to try to get it in by the backdoor and pretend that it is not covered. A better approach would be to put it in a separate section and ether cover it or not cover it but let it be clearly stated so there is no misconception or verbal sleight of hand.