Here’s a bill I could actually support.
It addresses the actual problem of health insurance affordability while not imposing huge economic burdens or more government bureaucracies. Also, ONE PAGE LONG! Woo-hoo! Won’t have any “read the bill” problems there.
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Alas, as bad as Obama and the Democratic leadership have handled health care, I do not forsee the GOP getting it’s act together enough to come together to get behind something like this. Politicians, bless their hearts*, are much better at grandstanding, nitpicking, protecting their own interests, and generally screwing things up than making improvements to our country.
Speaking of government “improvements” to health care, this woman’s story illustrates what happens when politicians try to fix things.