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Do we really want the government involved in our health care?

They haven't done a real good job with managing our Veteran's health care. Why would this be any different?

Asked By: tootsie - 3/20/2010
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If the bill passes i will perdict unemployment will drop.because the people own a business will let allot of people go because the can't afford to py each employee's health care.Small business will close.people making over a certain amount will have to pay a person owning his own business makes $250,000.00yr... More
Answered By: james w - 3/20/2010
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they can do better
Answered By: Stephen - 3/20/2010
 
Veterans health care has been quite good. Btw, why didn't the GOP help shape this bill instead of letting us all be in danger of ending up with something we don't like?
Answered By: Unka Dano - 3/20/2010
 
That's a bad comparison. This HCR bill wouldn't get them as involved in the private health insurance market as they are with veterans care.
Answered By: Quan - 3/20/2010
 
The federal government cannot make a citizen buy something simply they exist don't believe me look it up 10 amendment and the commerce clause. This bill rapes and prostitutes our Constitution the only thing that is true and good in this country anymore. " America has no king no dictator The king of America is to be the... More
Answered By: Mr. Anderson - 3/20/2010
 
insurrence companies are not doing all that great either to be honest
Answered By: Water Good Soda Bad - 3/20/2010
 
For the millionth time: THERE IS NO PUBLIC OPTION IN THIS BILL. All this bill simply does is mandates health insurance for those who can afford it (like car insurance) and makes it more affordable for those who currently cannot get it. This is not government take over at all and it doesn't matter if they would or... More
Answered By: Luke - 3/20/2010
 
luke thats even worse then them taking over. Why would I ever trust them in the first place. They are guaranteed my business and I can't trust them if I get sick. What giberish
Answered By: First - 3/20/2010
 
Veterans health care is better than many people have access to. The bill that is passing tomorrow is about insurance reform.
Answered By: maxmom - 3/20/2010
 
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