HCR as presently written

that would be a no

it will cost more than advertised and do less than expected, as any bill coming from congress for the past 30 years has done

the republicans are right, start over: only this time, have a medicare buy-in as the main element, disengage the linking of health-care with employment, end the anti-trust exclusion, and completly remove the no-negotiation-on-prescription-drug-prices aspect of medicare part d

if someone says that is not “politically feasible”, it only means that others have given more money to vote the other way

your, and this country's, best interest are not being addressed, don't expect otherwise

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