I am doing my part here as are many other bloggers. If we don’t act now and give some competition to the health insurance industry, their power and rationing will continue to grow…and the sad thing is that most of Congress has not a clue on what real healthcare is about, they certainly didn’t have a very good showing in the Senate in January as none on the video they provided on the internet shows not one knowing what a personal health record is. We have way too many “non smart” people in Congress that still live in the 70s, after what has been posted today we clearly are looking at a case of Congressional Magpie Healthcare.
If you haven’t looked at this side of the coin, read up here at the link below, good healthcare is not the focus, it is all money just like Wall Street and all about those who use software intelligence to make even more money. BD
Goldman Sachs – Healthcare Reform Bets, Hedges, and Analysis, Not About Healthcare But All About Money
In a reflection of a legislative strategy that has left no stone unturned, President Barack Obama on Monday called on like-minded bloggers to help his administration keep the heat on lawmakers to pass health care reform.
"It is important just to keep the pressure on members of Congress because what happens is there is a default position of inertia here in Washington," the president said during an invitation-only conference call. "And pushing against that, making sure that people feel that the desperation that ordinary families are feeling all across the country, every single day, when they are worrying about whether they can pay their premiums or not... People have to feel that in a visceral way. And you guys can help deliver that better than just about anybody."
"I know the blogs are best at debunking myths that can slip through a lot of the traditional media outlets," he said. "And that is why you are going to play such an important role in our success in the weeks to come."
Obama Calls On Bloggers To Keep Health Care Pressure On Congress (AUDIO)
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