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Wednesday, August 26, 2009



Inaction cost, $9trillion over the next decade, can not be compared to the balance between estimate and outcome in a worst case of scenario. Time does not fix endless greed and energy depletion.

When the public health is also one of commodity like a house, we come to a tragic and unthinkable conclusion : As to for-profit business, the more and longer ill patients get, the more profits they make, and it will debilitate the overall economy involving education for the future, not to mention continued bankruptcy of middle class.

Of young adults ages 19 to 29, 13.2 million, or 29 percent, lacked coverage in 2007, and that implies the total of this promising reform will be cheaper than expected, I guess.


Conservatives always try and scare the public by throwing "socialism" out there. I believe there is a balance between government involvement and a complete free market. If there was a fire at Bill O'Reilly's house tomorrow and he had to get pre-approved before the fire dept. came out, he would be pissed. Health should be the number one right for Americans -- even before education.

This is why it's good that a govn't option may be discussed again due to the passing of Ted Kennedy. This is his voting record while in the senate - http://www.ranker.com/list/senator-ted-kennedy_s-voting-record/web-infoguy

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