Pelosi: It's Not a Health Care Reform Bill, It's a Jobs Bill
She claims this bill will add 400,000 jobs immediately.
Let’s put this in perspective. The health-care sector already employs 14.3 million people. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that this sector will add 3.2 million more people in the next eight years, thanks to an aging population. It can do that now because it doesn’t operate under price controls that will come as part of the ObamaCare bill. If Congress passes a bill that forces smaller payments to doctors and hospitals, that will actually impede hiring to meet the demand — and that is exactly what “bending the cost curve downward” means.
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"That woman has the intelligence of a bucket of dog crap or thinks the whole country does."
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Answer by Lindalu2 at 7:14 PM on Feb. 25, 2010
So we now have more people SITTING IN the economy wagon than we have on the ground pulling it.
And just guess how these gov. employees will vote, from here to eternity??!!
Dims will screw ANYBODY to make sure they stay in power forever
Answer by mustbeGRACE at 7:18 PM on Feb. 25, 2010