Death Panel

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The Republicans are nothing if not united in their opposition to anything the Democrats try. In the case of health care reform, their stance from the beginning has been to kill it at all costs. It’s an outrage that it takes 60 votes in the Senate to accomplish anything when the minority party is unanimously hostile to the majority party. We can argue the merits of this particular health care bill forever, but that’s never really been the point of the opposition. If it were, the Republican party would have been trying to make the bill better rather than scuttle it. They argue that they’ve been shut out of the process, but that’s not even close to the truth. Little they’ve offered has been constructive, and nothing they’ve proposed even comes close to solving the problems our current non-system of health care presents to tens of millions of Americans. As the old saying goes, if you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem. Sadly, the GOP has indicated that it will fight granting more Americans access to affordable health care all the way.

4 thoughts on “Death Panel”

  1. Kind of the opposite extreme of those calmouring for ANY health insurance reform, thinking that no matter what, it will be an improvement. Looks like the senate is producing a real winner.

    1. Go ahead, make things worse by publishing this piece of Sarah Palin shit. “Death Panel’s” are nothing more than a “rogue” Republican shit disturber’s comment on another thing she has no idea about. And apparently neither do you. This is disgusting.

      1. Uh, Keith, methinks you’ve badly misread the cartoon; if I’m not mistaken, Mr. Stein is on your side. He’s ridiculing the Republican opposition, not furthering the Palin lie.

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