posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 08:15 AM
What are you whining about? It's online now, and now the debate begins.
I swear, people take that open and transparent bull dunk way too far.
It's online now, read it, write your reps, tell them what you think of it. Just because they didn't put a camera up each committee persons rear end
doesn't mean you have been shut out completely.
A lot of people are up in arms about this bill. If you don't like it, it's your obligation to tell your reps that you don't like it.
Just sitting there whining about not seeing every fart these reps make doesn't mean they aren't being transparent. Fact of the matter is it's
online right now for you to view.
Other than that, guess we will have to require all reps to have a 24 hour camera feed set up through their eyeballs.
This is the big health care reform bill in the House of Representatives that will be debated and voted on during the week of November 2nd. It is
the final, reconciled version of the health care bill that was amended by three House committees over the summer. Broadly, it seeks to expand health
care coverage to the approximately 40 million Americans who are currently uninsured by lowering the cost of health care and making the system more
efficient. To that end, it includes a new government-run insurance plan (a.k.a. a public option) to compete with the private companies, a requirement
that all Americans have health insurance, a ban on denying coverage because of a pre-existing condition and, to pay for it all, a surtax on
individuals with incomes above $500,000.
There you go, stop whining and read the damn thing.