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I Won’t Say Anything…

March 22, 2010 2 comments

More than enough has been said about health care for everyone’s tastes. I have nothing new to add. So I won’t say anything.

For now…

That doesn’t mean I don’t have opinions. Trust me, on this one I do, such as my concern over the constitutionality of the bill.

But I won’t say anything.

For now…

Or about the overall costs being significantly higher than the $940 billion we’ve been told.

But I won’t say anything.

For now…

Or about the reality that an Executive Order doesn’t resolve the abortion issue, since Executive Orders can be rescinded and expire upon the end of a presidency anyway.

But I won’t say anything.

For now…

Or about the fact that health care could have much more easily been solved without it creating a major political and electoral nightmare.

But I won’t say anything.

For now…

Or about the fact that only a few things needed to be fixed that would have solved the entire problem, such as: outlawing denial for pre-existing conditions, capping rates and rate increases, initiating tort reform to reduce malpractice costs, and capping payouts in malpractice suits. These few issues, all of which could have passed easily and would have made both sides uncomfortable [therefore being good for everybody].

But I won’t say anything.

For now.

Instead, I will wait for November to say something.

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