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Monday, January 25, 2010

Laughable and Pathetic Dems Apparently Are Giving Up on Any Semblance of Positive Health Care Reform

Democrats consider dropping insurance ban on pre-existing conditions-- which is perfect as the ban on pre-existing conditions was pretty much the only decent aspect left in their reform bill.

4 Comments:

Blogger nickname said...

The only difference between Democrats and Republicans is the marketing strategy (sales message) they use to get elected.

Democrats have to make noises about being concerned for all Americans, or at least more classes of Americans, than Republicans do.

It is fair to say that Democrats are much bigger hypocrites than
the other wing of the major party in this country: The Property Party.

IMO, it's absurd to continue referring to Democrats as though they are a different party than the GOP.

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The health bill might as well be called the enlavement bill. It is the greatest rip off ever. Once everyone is forced to buy insurance from the giant money centers, what is to stop the process of endless rate increases and rationing to increase the sacred profit of the money men. Only a single payer option can work, otherwise 85 cents of every dollar will go to profit, overhead, and lawyers to maximize overhead and profit.
It is amazing what terror a bribed congress, a co-opted president, and a company-store media can wreak on a nation.

9:31 PM  
Blogger engineer said...

Someone had a kidney stone. 9/11 came up (the mountain). Trip to emergency at midnight (ambulance). Stone passed. Picked up a noon. $20,000. (Mostly test machines!)

Insurance with this madness? Who wants to share that?

Oregon passed a law requiring those under 16 to use a seat belt on an ATV. This way, they are sure to be crushed when it rolls over, as they can't jump off. Good for insurance.

The state increased the helmet penalty to $720. A broken neck requires a long hospital stay, helps the medical field.

We are told that they never have insurance and so are a burden to the public, when they total. Thus the law helps the citizens save. Bureaucrats weep tears constantly for the citizens, you know. It is a creepy realty small kind of power. But part of the trend overall.

http://www.puppetgov.com/2010/01/04/more-than-40000-new-laws-kickoff-2010/

Colorado is proud of its seat belt law, but since they let them drive 90 mph, the seat belt merely prolongs the agony in the hospital, but promotes medical care, insurance.

6:56 PM  
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