Tuesday, December 22, 2009

What the health care bill means

Sicko (Special Edition)Without the public opition the health  care bill approved by the U.S.Senate this past weekend amounts to a joke for the average person out here.
One of the purpose of the public opition was to give incentive to the insurance industry to lower their prices and offer better health plans to the consumer.
I often wonder if the people in Washington who create these laws even feel just a little of the pain of the average joe and jane lunchbucket.
Do they ever feel the pain of not having the resources to pay the medical expenses of a sick child?
I wonder if the average congressperson or senator was to ever be without medical insurance would they then change their tune and then pass some real reform!


Stimpson said...

I can't believe Dems really want to be known as the party that forced people to buy health insurance from companies that are notorious for deceit, greed and thievery.

On a totally unrelated note, bigmac, I hope your holiday season is awesome. Cheers.

Anna Renee said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours too!

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