Monday, March 18, 2013

Okay. Here you go:


  1. And, of course, it's OTHER people's health care they protest --- not their own.

  2. Anonymous8:31 AM

    Of course. Great point.

    My growing concern is (at least what I perceive to be) the marriage of the federal government with the health insurance companies after the passage of the Affordable Care Act. If single-payer wasn't feasible -- and I have a hard time accepting that -- then the current law never should have passed without a public option.

    --Bryan Doug

  3. I completely agree, Bryan. I actually opposed the ACA for that very reason. We're being forced to support private companies with this law.


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