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Good job Howard Dean! For recognizing this health care overhaul bill is wrong for the American people.?

I just want to know if anyone actually thinks forcing Americans to pay fines, or putting them in jail for not having health care is a good idea? http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5irPOJsLck6oxp2-eAE8h9-xaJcZQD9CKEC3O0

Asked By: Galeano - 12/16/2009
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I do [7... More
Answered By: The Patriot - 12/16/2009
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The king has no clothes.
Answered By: da.yooper57 - 12/16/2009
 
Dean's complaint is that the healthcare destruction bill does not socialize everything.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 12/16/2009
 
I have always been a proponent of healthcare reform. Even I think this new bill is taking us backwards.
Answered By: BigD - 12/16/2009
 
I never thought I would be agreeing with Dean, but he is right on. Good to see more dems that have a good head on their shoulders.
Answered By: timetravler - 12/16/2009
 
Howard Dean only spoke up because the health care bill doesn't have enough Liberal goodies in it for him.
Answered By: mike hunt - 12/16/2009
 
I heard recently that the original Canadian Health Care bill was 8 pages long. I guess it takes a lot of pages to cut breaks for all the districts and special interests. With all of that, how could the bill possibly be right?
Answered By: Rise Above - 12/16/2009
 
He is upset that the bill has lost a lot of what he thought was good about it. The Public Option, the Medicare buy in, etc. It has nothing to do with Dean thinking it is 'wrong for the American People'. He thinks it has been too altered and is now junk.
Answered By: slykitty62 - 12/16/2009
 
What Dr. Dean means is that the current legislation has been watered down so much that it is nothing but a former shell of itself, and that the Senate needs to go back to the drawing board. What's funny is how establishment apologists in the mainstream media try to spin this into a positive, blindly asserting that... More
Answered By: ~ßinαry Per$uašiøns~ - 12/16/2009
 
That's not what Dean's problem with the bill was. He doesn't disagree with a requirement to have health insurance. He disagrees with requiring people to buy health insurance and not requiring insurance companies to sell it to them in a fair market. The senate bill will leave the antitrust exemption for health... More
Answered By: Joe - 12/16/2009
 
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