Re: Bill Maher on Leno last night...
- From: Johnny <apterix@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2009 21:04:41 -0700
Johnny <apterix@xxxxxxx> wrote in news:qfAwm.43376$j34.3332@xxxxxxxxxxxx:
VicXnews wrote:"$Bill" <news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
VicXnews wrote:being at a hospital everyday for 10-12 hours a day since 8/31 I can saysaid that the repubs were best at naming or renaming things likeSaw it - and single payer health insurance just makes sense. If they
calling the inheritance tax the death tax and if they wanted single
payer healthcare they would call it Medicare for all...
don't like the govt doing it, farm it out to a not for profit private
company. How much easier will it be for doctors to only have one
outfit and one set of rules to deal with. I'm for the most efficient
method whether it be govt or private.
that EVERY doctor,nurse and adminstrator(thats 3 doctors,8-10
nurses/therapists and 2 admins) I've asked want a single payer
system...1 doctor,2 nurses and 2 therapists loved calling it Medicare
for all and want it so they can continue to treat as long as THEY feel
None of that matters. None of the polls matter. What is best doesn't matter. Forget about them being on the lobby payroll of the Health Insurance Cartel, that doesn't matter, either. Nothing matters to the Neanderthals except the failure of Barack Obama's presidency. They will not vote for anything that has his name connected to it in any way. They believe that the success of Barack will be their political death, and they will do ANYTHING, I repeat, ANYTHING, to make him fail. They are scared to death of that man, and rightly so. He is one cool, calm, and collected customer; they have been unable to provoke him no matter how outrageously they or their Looney Tunes constituency behave, and that makes them even more afraid of him.
preaching to the choir on that =8-/
The choir is where the applause is. When I preach to the Neanderthals they throw rotten eggs at me, and the effect that has on my clothing irritates the lady who does my laundry. And anybody who has to do their own laundry knows how important that lady is to me.
I have to go now. Brian De Palma's masterpiece tribute to Hitchcock, the disturbingly moody "Obsession," is on TCM.
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