Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Senate Finance Committee approves health care bill

Breaking news from USA Today/AP:
The Senate Finance Committee has approved a sweeping remake of the country's health care system, delivering a long-sought boost to President Obama's goal of expanding coverage. The 14-9 vote by the key panel sets up a debate on the Senate floor and moves a health care remake closer to reality than it has been for decades.
Our national socialist party has just moved us one more step on the road to socialism.

1 comment:

professor ed said...

What I find so "interesting" is that Federal workers are exempt from whatever revision to health care is made. That's right, everybody from the janitor in the local post office to the computer tech in the Pentagon to the President in the White House. ALL of these folk will see their health care plan UNAFFECTED by wonderful, splendiforous, divine(?) Obama-care. Why does this big Democrat push for health care reform NOT INCLUDE the Federal establishment? Is it because their plan is not wasteful, unfair, costly, etc.? I say: non- federal workers of the US arise! You have nothing to lose but your government's proposed insurchance chains!