Taking back health care (from the House)
Takeback Tuesday: when Laurie King voices her opinion about the responsibilities of life in America.
Insulated as I am in foreign travel and life in the Twenties, I still can’t overlook everything that’s going on at home. And this health care problem is immediate for me. Many of the people I know and love are dependent on government help with their health care. If my husband had retired a few years earlier, or if he’d worked in a job with a less active union, I’d be in the same boat.
You think Obamacare is flawed? I wouldn’t argue. You say Congress only passed that obscenity of a “reform” because they trusted that the Senate would block it? I don’t care.
If they want to play to their perceived audience at the cost of lives, what business do they have taking my money for their salary? I say it’s time to throwing out the bums who think a woman’s health is less important a man’s, or that a pre-existing condition should condemn a family to living on the streets.
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