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With Congress dithering on health care, there hasn’t been much to report. However, the healthcare debate is so complex—and so filled with lies, distortions, and half-truths—that it’s hard to keep track of what’s actually in the legislation and what’s not. So here's a brief overview, with lots of links so you can read about it yourself.
My mind boggles and my head hurts when I hear the nonsensical discussions about how much money it’s going to cost us to enact meaningful healthcare reform It won't cost Americans more money. In fact, it'll save a LOT The
Curmudgeons' reputation for malevolence is undeserved. They're neither warped nor evil at heart. They don't hate mankind—just mankind's absurdities. What follows is a curmudgeon’s response to the various absurdities currently circulating about healthcare reform circa 2009.
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The real enemies of healthcare reform are delays, nitpicking, and special interests. And not just the insurance companies either! Every group who has any possible axe to grind wants something special written into the legislation—which is the number one reason why HB 3200 is already over 1,000 pages!
Senator Max Baucus’s goal was to construct a bipartisan healthcare reform plan. In this he certainly succeeded both parties hate it. Baucus, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, unveiled legislation last Wednesday designed to remake the nation's costly health care
Health Care Reform Ladies and Gentlemen, we must do something Written by Dr. Leah Curtin 2 04 AM Monday, August 24th 2009 Healthcare costs across the United States have increased at an annual rate of 6.1% since 1990 and, as