With so much to do in/with this passage, I can only wait & hope for the best.
You are so right, this battle that was won is only a drop in the ocean and the war is far from being won. In 2005 we were crying out for universal access to care, education and prevention by 2010, well here we are, 2010 has arrived and univerally we are almost right where we were five years ago. The health care bill that was passed is a good thing...but we've only just begun and we have so much more advocacy to do until every man, woman and child in the universe has access to affordable care, education and prevention.
This bill will destroy business in this country and decimate our economy to no end, all for the sake of putting a little money in the pockets of people who do nothing for our economy.
Mike...it is folks like you who are causing the hysteria regarding the health care reform. You post crap like you did without any backup facts to validate your post. I am listening to both sides of the battle. If you have a valid point to make, then make it in a post with substance and not just "the sky is falling" rhetoric.
You made the health reform bill sound so perfect. Guaranteed health insurance options, extending coverage to 32 million currently uninsured, reducing cost of care is so wonder for everybody especially for those who have less in life. But So much for that... what I wanted to hear is how far did this reform helped the people.
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