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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Why You Shouldn't Trust Congress on Health Care

The average member of Congress gets much, much better health care than you ever will -- by paying $503 per year, with the taxpayers' absorbing all other costs. Read here and then wonder how the average members of the House or Senate can preach to anyone about what type of health care you and your family should or should not receive when s/he is far from experiencing the type of health care decisions that the average American has to make. That is, of course, if the average member of Congress were to venture and read any of the proposed bills.

Okay, I've ventured off topic for this blog, but isn't it hard to ask people to make sacrifices that you don't even begin to show a willingness to make?


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