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As the House and Senate prepare to embark on their summer recess without having passed any health-care-reform bills, President Obama's dreams of radically restructuring the system have, at least for now, bumped up against the reality of Washington politics. But even if Congress manages to overcome the many obstacles and pass some kind of meaningful reform this fall, the goal of covering some 50 million currently uninsured Americans will encounter a whole new range of hurdles.
Originally posted by Sliadon
I've been harping this to death but seems really strange that the health bill is more important than other things considering how bad our economy is, unless there was some hidden agenda.
Originally posted by American_SovietsThe agenda is simple. Offer the people a program on false premises, and once the people get hooked into it, threaten to take it away unless taxes are imposed and benefits reduced. The government has no responsibilities to keep its promises. The only responsibility government has is to grow itself at the sake of the people.
Seems a little fishy that we want to employ that many more nurses along with the flu season. I've been harping this to death but seems really strange that the health bill is more important than other things considering how bad our economy is, unless there was some hidden agenda.