March 23rd, 2011
06:00 AM ET
soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. Name king

    I am very scared for this country and the lack of insight from these backward people. Lesson fools health care will have to be paid for, it only matters who will pay it. Would you rather every one pitching in and shoulder some of the responsibilities, since we all are human and are volunable to sickness or accident, or the privilege few, which we still have to pay for through high hospital fees, premiums and taxes. You are all engulfed in the repugs point of view, they only care about the
    rich, their plan will only cover a few measly million people, and the rest
    of us is on our own, Furthermore, there will be alot of jobs going down the drain, and future ones deleted. The healthcare law is the single most effective industry in America as we speaks, this is the only job creator that creats jobs month after month at a steady pace and is the main reason we are coming out of the recession and job rates are going down. The CBO waned that getting rid of this law will plung the country into a 250 billion dollar debt, and if we do keep it, it will save a trillion dollar over 20 years, what are these people justifications to get rid of this law, other than the repugs rant about lies and parranoia. These people are very scary.

    March 23, 2011 06:45 am at 6:45 am |
  2. diridi

    If they have guts, just amend and include "Public Option". That's it, there ends the matter. As supplement to the main enactment.

    March 23, 2011 09:10 am at 9:10 am |
  3. John

    First, I doubt very much that the average American is educated enough to have a reasonable opinion on the subject at all, me included. I strongly suspect that many opinions are derived from opinions voiced by the likes of FOX and MSNBC. One side says it will cost a gazillion dollars, the other side says it will save us that much. I think the people responsible for educating the public on this complicated matter have been too busy infighting, disguisting!
    Secondly, it is WE, THE PEOPLE who have let this thing grow to be a Cadillac when all we can afford is a Chevy. Some are even barred from buying the Cadillac! Again, I can't say I know a lot about the bill but I do applaud the eforts to try to fix this train wreck.

    March 23, 2011 10:01 am at 10:01 am |