I've been watching the debates and arguments for months now and see how much the American Public hates it. And then there is the whole issue about the public health care option, which looks like it will be dropped. And it's laughable to watch the Congress try to opt out of govt run healthcare, tells you just what kind of govt health care they plan on the rest of us getting. If you agree or disagree, do you think we need some type of public health care or insurance company reform? What would you like to see? To what extent do you think the govt should be involved in it? What about the issues of the govt paying for abortions and for illegals to get health care? (Please don't turn this into a total abortion debate, I only brought it up because it's one issue but seems to be important for some)Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:47 AM on Dec. 17, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by gammie at 9:53 AM on Dec. 17, 2009
I have never been supportive of the govt. health care reform bills. Yes, I think we need reform, just not in the govt. package. I think there are smaller reforms they could accomplish that wouldn't cost a fraction of what they are proposing. Tort reform, opening restrictions to buy across state lines, and several more things that others will add to this post I am sure. As for abortion, I don't like taxpayers having to pay for it. JMO.
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