The first sentence in this article tells us a "fact":
The new president of the American Medical Association, which represents the interests of the nation's doctors, said Wednesday the group is open to a government-funded health insurance option for people without coverage.
At the end of the article, we are also informed of this fact:
The 162-year-old AMA has about 250,000 members, including practicing physicians, medical students and retired doctors. Overall, there are more than 900,000 doctors in the United States.
Doesn't this mean that the AMA only represents a minority of our nation's doctors?