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Written By FaithRMichaels I'm tired of hype, tired of same ole same ole lesser of two evils choice,  wayyyy tired of Clinton and wayyyy...

Sunday, November 08, 2009

House passes bill they call Health Care Reform

Excerpt from a Truthout article.....
"Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), who was the sponsor of an amendment that
would have allowed individual states to create a single-payer system -
essentially a Medicare-for-all bill - voted against the legislation.
Kucinich’s amendment was stripped from the House bill when it was
unveiled more than a week ago."

My thoughts on the matter:

This said it all for me. Instead of allowing individual states to pass some form of Health Insurance Coverage for all; The House passed a bill that bypasses states rights. Isn't this unconstitutional?
I am all for Health Care for all but the House and President is calling this a "single payer option" when it is only a mimicry of this.
This bill now goes to the Senate. I hope they send it back to the House for Dennis Kucinich's amendment. But I am not going to hold my breath.
House passes sweeping Health Care Reform


Related links:
Why Dennis K.voted NO
AMA Voice for the Uninsured. Their sound proposal for health care

Why is it we have no money for health Care but unlimited funds for war?

House Leaders Refuse To Reconsider Kucinich's Single-Payer Amendment

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