its all a game, if the people voting on healthcare reform didn't have have healthcare then I have a feeling they would vote differently
i heard fox news say that "80% of americans are satisfied with their healthcare"
but 100% of americans don't have healthcare so I wonder how many americans are satisfied with their current healthcare situation?
for the record (repubilicans and democrats) = (the same devil)
by ptosis5 months ago
https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_ … rs_cfm.cfmAbove link is for you to contact your Senators.Here is an unbelievable fact: the bill will give $33 billion over 10 years to the richest 400 Americans -- an...
by fishskinfreak20086 years ago
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by crankalicious7 months ago
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by nicomp really8 years ago
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by Silver Rose8 years ago
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by lauravan20 months ago
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