How do you feel about Clintons plan for universal healthcare?

Clinton proposes that everyone be responsible for carrying health insurance, and that she 'sees a day when showing your health insurance card will be part of a job interview'. How is this to benefit the american people and keep the insurance co. and stock holders from robbing us blind?

Asked By: myebinger321 - 9/18/2007
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The healthcare issue is her 'Ace in the hole' to get people to vote for her. If she gets elected, our country will become a Socialist nation, and socialism never works. People are kept down. She we see to it that the Constitution is abolished, since she is a supported of Council of Foreign Relations (CFR... More
Answered By: kymeth - 9/18/2007
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If I wanted Socialism I would move to a Socialist country. Why can't the Clintons do the same?
Answered By: DannyK - 9/18/2007
Universal health care is one of the worst ideas in human history. Monopolies are bad, nobody disputes that. A monopoly with guns and the power to throw you in jail (government) is worse. So why would anybody want to put a government monopoly in charge of our health and lives? It's just plain dumb... More
Answered By: wmcritter - 9/18/2007
I think its a step in thinking about the healthcare problem in America. With that being said. I cant believe Mitt Romney is such a hipocrate he sponsored a similar plan in his state but I hear him on TV talking about how his plan is so different. Talk about a hipocrate.
Answered By: <Carol> - 9/18/2007
It would do wonders for the country, just imagine, if you are sick, you will be treated, and the first question you hear, is NOT, and how will you be paying this account.
Answered By: bgee2001ca - 9/18/2007
It may not be the best proposal but it is one more than the GOP is offering. Our health care system is broken. Many on both sides of the aisle have said so. It is quite obvious if one looks around outside their safe little cocoon. The Democratic Party Presidential front runners have suggested plans to help solve the... More
Answered By: Henry VIII - 9/18/2007
The Clinton's plans are about control, whether it be healthcare, education, or social worker visits to your home to make sure your parenting skills are in alignment with "the village... More
Answered By: Texican - 9/18/2007
I hate that anti-capitalistic republicans want insurance companies to steal profits off of us without advertising and selling us a decent plan. Instead insurance companies lobby and lobby and lobby some more with the money they steal from me, the 10,000 a year they take out of my income! So, this is what we get, a way... More
Answered By: Beatchanter - 9/18/2007
I don't like anything that government mandates as MANDATORY. I feel I'm losing a personal freedom
Answered By: Lt Col Kilgore - 9/18/2007
How many times have you heard that we are the only modern industrialized country that does not have universal health care... More
Answered By: just plain jim - 9/18/2007
This is an important step in the right direction... More
Answered By: CSnumber1 - 9/18/2007
IT SUCKS... More
Answered By: dizneyland fan - 9/18/2007
The word 'universal' just doesn't sit well with me, and I bet the Klingons would object as well.
Answered By: verybadkitten - 9/18/2007
Somebody's got to do SOMETHING about the health care crisis in this country. We are one of the richest nations in this world but yet we have people who lose their homes, their good credit, even their lives just because they don't have insurance or because the healthcare system is so freakin' corrupt that MONEY is worth... More
Answered By: Kerry M - 9/18/2007
This is the stupidest idea. Think about the other government agencies that are run by the government. They are all run into the ground. And who is going to pay for this? A lot of money is going to be needed and that will come from us. I have health insurance. It is not that hard to obtain. Oh yea that is... More
Answered By: ben p - 9/18/2007
Clinton Takes $1 Million From Insurance Cos, Plans to Force All Americans to Buy Private Coverage
Answered By: Stupid is as stupid does - 9/18/2007
Can we afford it? The answer is no. This will be another tax burden for the working, tax paying, legal citizens of this great country. The libs are more then happy spend money with no concept of where it is going to come from or the long term financial consequences. Another free handout with no questions asked. Another... More
Answered By: Jeff H - 9/18/2007
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