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  1. Lou Meyers

    December 24, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Adam, we know we have to start somewhere — but why does it have to be with a 2700 page surrender to Big Medicine and Big Insurance? 
     
    Let’s fight back under reconciliation! Allow a Medicare Buy-In that would be available to everyone! Done! That’s real choice — that’s the American way! In order to compete, private insurance companies will be forced to improve service and lower premiums. Those opposing reform will finally see the light! The decision to keep their present coverage will be left up to them or their employer — just as it is now (contrary to what the insurance propaganda machines have been spewing.)

    Senator Reid and company may object to reconciliation but they’ll come around once we rip up this surrender! They’ll have no choice but to act with us. Why? Because Americans are demanding real reform — now!

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