will make the health system in this country worse of a bureaucratic nightmare than it's ever been, I see it as not much change, same old lawsuits and a few new onesunless Obummer has big enough balls to tell the trial lawyers to take a hike but you know he don't, and will make the excuse he can't.and do away with all the frivolous malpractice suits (fat chance of that), the whole mess will cost us billions more than it already does.I don't trust those lefty a--holes any farther than I can throw them, and if you do, I think those liars have sold you a bill of goods.Obama left it to Congress to make and pass a bill. You knew the outcome before they all started, compromise legislation make the worst laws.Obama got himself out of the picture before it started, he laid a plan and said "you do it". Because there are so many local interests, pork barrels, insurance companies and drug manufactures to please, little will change except the rhetoric. If it passes, Obama will raise his flag and cheer for his side. But the only way it will pass is if everybody agrees, so that means status quo.Let's but it this way. Health care was playing poker with a deck of red cards. Pass a new bill and we play with blue cards. The rules are the same and so is the ante. We just have a new deck of cards. I heard some interesting changes before, but most of them are off the table now. The good things are he will not change medicare or medicaid and make sure the vets get their benefits. The whole bill will be adding the content of a vacuum. Just new words on the same system.It's not a Dem or GOP thing, all those guys are blowing off steam to the media. Nothing will be "new" "changed" or "different".jC
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