The Anti-health care movement

Town Hall Meetings have turned hostile for several members of Congress, but no surprise there isn’t anything organic about them.  It’s an organized operation by lobbyist groups.

A great conversation about the affects of health care and their costs has been taking place at Cynical-C and Shakesville. I highlight these two conversations, not because they’re anti-health care, but because it’s important to realize how this impacts our lives — something I don’t think many politicians and lobbyists understand as they carry out their circus act for the television cameras.

It’s down right unconscionable that the debate for affordable health care for all citizens has been stolen and turned into a debate about the government being socialist Nazis pigs or something like that.

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