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Post by JanethePain » Sat Sep 12, 2009 5:37 am

It's awfully hard to stay "politically neutral" on a topic like "health care" that impacts those of us who hang out here. Are most of us in the same boat, though: insured at the moment but living in dread of when that could change?

Should I assume we're all pretty much singin' out of the same songbook when it comes to all these "plans" before the Congress--with a favorite we MUCH prefer above the rest?

Or are all of you, like me, suffering extra-heavy-duty vertigo watching the politicos dodging the ball?

::: really aggravated:::
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Post by Lyon » Sat Sep 12, 2009 2:14 pm

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Post by patrickm » Mon Sep 14, 2009 2:16 pm

Lyon wrote: I'm not crazy about the choices but it seems the only realistic option is nationalized health care because the only other option is no health care for me in my old age and for my children's generation.
Agreed. And as a small business owner, I am right at this very moment considering killing our health plan to save jobs. Problem is that I'm on it! Then what?

I hear a lot of understandable fear but not too many solutions. And that's one of the main reasons I've turned off the media almost completely over the last six months.
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