Skip to comments.YES! Naive Insurance Trade publication Editor Applauds Healthcare Signing
Posted on 03/24/2010 1:17:02 PM PDT by kevinm13
"There doesnt seem to be any point in my pretending not to be thrilled by the historic House vote that sent health care reform legislation to President 0bama.
The victory is even more astounding when you consider that just a few short weeks ago health care reform was being pronounced dead upon the election of Scott Brown in Massachusetts, an event that denied Democrats the magic 60 votes they needed to get anything done in the dysfunctional Senate.....
Credit for this amazing revivification must go to President 0bama for finallyfinally!making an all-out push to get his signature issue passed into law. Part of the reason that this took more than a year of agonizing twists and turns is that the President was too reticent for far too long. Yet in the end, he can take pride in the historic victory.
Credit must equally go, however, to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who pulled off a feat that was deemed impossiblegetting the House to ratify the Senate version of health care reform......
....This bill may not be perfect but it goes a long way toward eliminating the stain of having America be the only major democracy in the world whose citizens were not guaranteed health coverage. And for that, we can hold our heads higher."
(Excerpt) Read more at lifeandhealtheditor.com ...
He’s a nitwit. He’s why I quit reading National Underwriter.
Rush told the story of the frog in warming water...he does not know he is boiled until it is too late. I guess this guy will be looking for a job as the editor for Obamacare Single Payer Health Administrator’s Quarterly.
we all know that people buy National Underwriter just for the centerfolds anyway
That’s not what I told HR though.
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