"WASHINGTON – California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says concessions made to Nebraska Sen. Ben Nelson to win his vote on the health care overhaul bill were a "rip-off" for his state and is urging California lawmakers to vote against it".
"California lawmakers" SHOULDN'T "vote against it" because although this bill has been weakened by partisan politics, it will be amended and some reform is better than none at all.
by Shanna5 years ago
http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/final-h … e-act.aspxAll 907 pages of it? Did anyone actually read it for themselves, take notes on what they liked, researched what they didn't like and then formed entirely their...
by kerryg6 years ago
Thought some of you right wingers might be interested in seeing what some ACTUAL socialists think of the health care bill. Not that I expect any of you to admit that Obama isn't socialist by any definition of the word...
by Poppa Blues7 years ago
Don't take my word for it listen to an expert!The Truth About the Health Care BillsPosted August 12, 2009Well, I have done it! I have read the entire text of proposed House Bill 3200: The Affordable Health Care Choices...
by qwark7 years ago
It took a year of "dickering" for a nation "dedicated" to HUMAN RIGHTS AND FREEDOM to pass a health care bill that is supposed to offer it's constuents better care for more people at a lesser cost.In...
by Holle Abee7 years ago
I thought this article was interesting, especially since it appeared in the NYT. According to this guru, costs will INCREASE, not decrease. This is the same guru that democrats hailed as wonderful when he challenged...
by Cowboy Coasters7 years ago
....for immigrants and very lazy poor people.
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