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24th March
2010
written by Sean Noble

Now that the health care “reform” bill has been signed into law, details that should have been disclosed and debated before the vote are starting to emerge. ¬†Obviously, Nancy Pelosi meant it when she said they’d have to “pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.”

Amid the flurry speculation and assertions about the bill is to when and if the pre-existing conditions of children will be covered. Such uncertainty is yet another reason why a bill with major implications for everyone in America should never have been drafted in secrecy or have been exempted from standard procedure.

One of the most outrageous revelations is that staffers who work for Members in Leadership or for Committees, the primary authors of the bill itself, may not be required to purchase insurance through the state-run exchanges.

If it’s not good enough for the authors of the bill, why should the American people be stuck with it?

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3 Comments

  1. Carol
    24/03/2010

    Friends are asking me how they will personally see changes to their life because of the bill’s passage? I know there will be attempts to hide increased costs to insured Americans. Where, what and who should we be watching closely?

  2. 24/03/2010

    Of course the pre conditions does not go into effect until 2014. The cost it is going to put on the system and premiums will be astronomical so let’s wait until after the 2012 elections

  3. 25/03/2010

    This whole thing just scares me to death. I hope and pray that there is something that can be done to repeal this complete disregard for the desires of the majority of the american people. Unbelievable what our government has become. Evil and totally immoral.

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