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    Posted April 9, 2012 by
    EWillies1961
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    Universal Healthcare Is The Most Important Issue This Election Cycle

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     EWillies1961 has long rallied for health care on iReport. He says he is passionate about health care because his wife has Lupus. 'We have always had to jump through hoops to get insurance. There were times we were paying north of $20,000 a year in insurance with very high deductibles. Presently my family has three policies. A high risk policy for my wife, a catastrophic policy for my daughter and myself and a student health care policy for my daughter. While so far I have been able to afford insurance continuously, many cannot and the numbers reflect that,' he said. Willies has been featured previously as an iReport Pundit of the Week.
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    The most important issue for the 2012 election is Universal Healthcare. That issue materially affects every American and it has been used to extract wealth from Americans into an industry, health insurance that provides no positive value to healthcare or to society. In fact in a fair society it would be judged and condemned as the perpetrator of evil that has caused the death of millions over time by profit maximization over the sanctity of life.

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