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    Posted August 11, 2009 by
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    Lies, confusion and paranoia. Long live America.

     

    Healthcare.

     

    How many Americans have fallen prey to the lies meant only to confuse you, to distract you and to cause infighting?

     

    Universal single-payer health care can be the best thing this country has experienced since the defeat of Hitler - good for everyone, that is, except two specific groups.

     

    Big insurance providers and those who own a considerable amount of stock in them.

     

    But we Americans as so stupid, so willfully ignorant and so willing to have our lives directed and led for us that we will instantly fall prey to fear and hate.

     

    If you want to know the facts, find the facts, not someone else's regurgitated psuedo-facts that would find more credibility on the front page of the Enquirer.

     

    If you want facts you're going ot have to find them yourself. You can't wait for someone to hand them to you. Especailly at a time when there are those who will attempt only to disrupt any deabte rather than allow the truth to come out.

     

    If you have questions on HR 3200 then look here: http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c111:H.R.3200: and find the answers.

     

    Lastly, don't fall prey to the "I support reform but I don't support this!" strategy.  Healthcare has been in need fo "reform" for over a decade and yet the same bubling excuses that were thrown around then are being thrown around now.

     

    You're smarter than that, America. At least, I hope so.

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