Sunday, August 23, 2009

Lieberman: No healthcare reform until recession is over

By Creature

Doesn't the fact that we are in a recession make the argument for healthcare reform stronger? Don't all the people losing their jobs and their insurance matter? It seems that one would follow another, but, since Joe Lieberman doesn't seem to think so, I guess I'm wrong. Go figure.

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  • Lieberman is a has-been and doesn't have the peoples' interest at heart. Lets take away healthcare benefits from members of congress who oppose reform and let them deal with the bans on pre-existing conditions and such.

    P.S. If we had strict public funding of elections, our politicians would not have their hands inside lobbyists wallets.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:20 PM  

  • This recession will never be over. The world will have over 7 billion people by 2012. one billion of those now use more than half of everything. More than half of the easy to get resouces have been used up. And guess who has most of the remaining resouces. You guessed it those other 6 billion people. Do you think they will bail out the greediest one billion? would you? soylint green is made out of people!!

    By Blogger Unknown, at 1:05 AM  

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