GOFFSTOWN, N.H. -- Hillary Clinton discussed her health care plan with five New Hampshire voters sitting around a picturesque kitchen table.
She told the voters that her plan "American Health Choices Plan," is based on shared responsibilities and choice.
"Everyone has to be in the system," she said. Clinton argued that her plan allows people who are satisfied with their insurance plans to stay with their coverage because "people want different choices."
Several times Clinton said her plan "is not government run, it's private based insurance."
When told by one of the participants that people are worried her plan is socialized medicine, Clinton said "the Republicans are beating that drum because it's the only drum they have."
"I want to have this debate because they have the same old tired ideas," she added.
Carrie Foster, a teacher and basketball coach at Manchester's private Derryfield School, said that Hillary portrayed "a sense of vision and confidence."
However, Foster said she still has questions about Clinton's foreign policy stances and will contact her Manchester office for policy details. Foster added she is "still looking at everyone's positions," and is not a committed Clinton supporter.