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Blue Cross Anti-Reform Postcards – Strike Back

Mason commented on my original post that he and his wife simply wrote in bright red ink on BC’s postcard that they supported health care reform and the public health care option and sent them along. That way Blue is paying for us to send our pro-reform message to the Senator!

We’ll alert Senator Hagan’s office that people are doing this so they realize that many of the postcards they are getting may have a little different message than what BCBS intended.

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