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Congressman Mike Rogers' opening statement on Health Care reform in Washington D.C.

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posted on Mar, 24 2010 @ 11:54 AM

Not sure if this has been posted somewhere, I searched but could not find this video or anything having to do with it.

This is congressman Mike Rogers' (R-MI) opening statement regarding the HCR. I think he brings up some extremely valid points and thoughts and wanted to share this with everyone as well as get some feedback as to what Mr. Rogers (yeah, I know...Mr. Rogers :lol

I personally find the information regarding the Canadian healthcare system correlation pretty interesting. Not to bash the Canadian way of doing things at all, but he does bring about some interesting information.

(Mods, please feel free to move this to the appropriate area as you see fit)

posted on Mar, 24 2010 @ 12:00 PM
reply to post by Rockstar02

Seriously why do I have to be punished for working? And now our cancer death rates are going to go up direclty because of this stupid bill.

Is that what you want America? Do you want to be more likely die of cancer because of this healthcare bill?

These socialist just want to kill some of us off so when they redistribute the wealth there won't be as many that have to share it. They are a bunch of fascists dictators, that is all they are.

posted on Mar, 24 2010 @ 01:21 PM
reply to post by MindWar

Of course. Because now we won't find ourselves able to receive the level of care we previously had. Combine that one reason with the 250 others or so we've been reading about lately and it just keeps building up and building up.

I'm quite excited to see what exactly will happen with the states lawsuits though. Although many are saying that they will simply get held up or pushed aside, it would surely be very interesting if somehow those suits reached supreme court status.

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