posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 10:07 PM
Of the top 20 spenders, for 2009 alone, in the lobbying 'business', 7 are either health care based or health insurance based. They combined for
approximately $67,686,000. Do you really think the Senators and Congressmen receiving this money are going to pass a bill that will cost the lobbying
firms anything? The answer is no. Every state has an insurance oversight board, yet people still think they are getting screwed by insurance
Tort reform is another hot topic in health care reform. Think that 's gonna happen? Think again. 280 lobbyists for lawyers/law firms spent almost $10
million protecting their way of life, in 2009. Hell, most of Congress are lawyers themselves!
"For the first time ever in U.S. history, the candidates for president raised more than $1 billion."
The political discussion about health care reform is only about politics and power. It always is. Its not about health care at all. If it was, they
would not pretend to address all the problems in one sweeping bill, of over 1,000 pages. HR 3200 was presented, knowing it would never pass. Its
authors knew it would confuse Americans and be fodder for political rhetoric.
If true reform is to ever occur, the problems will have to be addressed individually. The solutions will have to be easily understood, by all. And,
most importantly, will have to be prepared by Americans and voted on by Americans. We will not allow the corrupt, hypocritical Washington elites to
determine what is best for our physical well being. As the 'Right to Choose' groups say...Leave my body alone.