1. Kristina K
    October 2, 2009 @ 11:17 am

    We agree… hit the reset! Our President was all for single-payer (check it out on U Tube) before he got elected. Big business has tooooooo much control.


  2. Robert F
    October 3, 2009 @ 10:03 pm

    **The American people are not represented in our govt. anymore ( or only minimally). The corporations and the rich own everything, including the media. They control our Govt., when Obama was elected, I said, they are going to toss us a bone on this one–we will just have wait and see how big it’s going to be.
    **Benjamin Franklin said, that when too much of the wealth is controlled by too few of the people, there can be no Democracy. We are played back and forth between the Democratic & Republican parties, e.g. “Good Cop/Bad Cop,” ( a police tactic ).


  3. Penny Martin
    October 4, 2009 @ 9:55 am

    I would like to see some statistics on how lobbying by the medical profession, the pharmaceutical companies and insurance companies have influenced our congressional members in the attempts to overhaul health care.


  4. Robert
    October 4, 2009 @ 11:24 am

    Look the high cost of health care is primarily due to Sate and Government regulation to begin with. Now you are going to trust the same people who could not even run their own restaurant .


  5. Susan
    October 4, 2009 @ 12:14 pm

    Clearly President Obama has changed his tune since taking office. I am only sorry that I voted for him. the American People have not been represented at all. Our voices are no longer heard in the White House. So much for the democracy in this country. It has gone to hell.


  6. Penny Martin
    October 4, 2009 @ 5:05 pm

    Me again!

    How much money do we send to other countries to support health care? Dig, dig and dig some more for the answer.

    Young fathers and mothers are trying to support families on minimum wage jobs and the government wants to fine them for not having insurance.

    It’s no wonder the United States citizens are getting fed up with our government. Where is the truth? To find that requires research. Dig, dig, and dig some more.

    Aren’t our elected officials in a fiduciary relationship with the people with regards to the taxes the people pay, the taxes that our congressmen and women spend? Aren’t they required to use prudent judgment when making spending decisions?


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