I'm all for health care reform, but it bothers me that Obama and congress are stressing how fast it must be pushed through. Shouldn't we be more concerned with the quality of the bill, with making sure that everyone has had a chance to read and understand it then with how quickly we can shove ANY healthcare reform onto the people?
Does it bother anyone else? I'm not saying it shouldn't be done in a timely manner but...
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Answer by urkiddingright at 12:29 PM on Nov. 5, 2009
Yes. SOME people have said 'something is better than nothing'. To me that is naive and giving too much power to the elected officials. Some people have referred to one plan as 'no brainer"~ That again is naive. jmo.. Wouldn't it be sad if some people accepted a plan simply because it has a D or an R on the endorsement? Shouldn't it have the endorsement of the American People? Shouldn't there be a debate from all sides to encourage the best of BOTH sides work together and do what is right for the American People. Or are people ok with Nancy Pelosi rushing a vote in by this weekend?
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 12:29 PM on Nov. 5, 2009
No from the standpoint of we have so many American's without health care.
Democrats bill won't even take into effect till 2013. Why the rush to vote on something that won't be implemented for years?
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