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Rethinking reform

Posted: November 28, 2009 8:48 p.m.
Updated: November 29, 2009 4:55 a.m.
The Senate is ready to debate its version of health care “reform.”  

Weeks of intense political posturing and payoffs are projected, with a possible final showdown right before Christmas.

Though pollsters say popular support has declined to below that of Hillarycare, the Democratic majority seem determined to force dramatic changes on members of an unwilling public.

With our economy crumbling around us under the burden of ill-advised bailouts, who can blame them?

Concerned Independents and members of both parties object because the Senate bill (as it now stands) will increase the cost of health care, provide for rationing of care to seniors, require pro-life citizens to pay for elective abortions of others, create more than 100 new bureaucracies, agencies or commissions and dramatically increase the bloated federal deficit — by a staggering amount.  

Perhaps it is time to rethink this radical “reformation” all together.


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