Articles tagged with the keyword: ‘healthcare reform’

Here Comes Single-Payer Healthcare in Another State

Here Comes Single-Payer Healthcare in Another State

A bill to create single-payer healthcare in California has passed that state’s senate for the third time now. Californians just need to persuade a governor to sign it. Single-payer healthcare bills are advancing in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Minnesota, Massachusetts, and a growing list of states, including New Mexico, where State Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino, a long-time supporter of single-payer healthcare, is running for Lieutenant Governor.

Health Care PMS

Health Care PMS

I’ve had health care reform mood swings that no dinky little Bayer Pharmaceutical Inc. Midol pill can remedy. One day I’m given information that has me walking on smoggy L.A. air, and the next, I’m falling to the ground with a thud. Not just any old thud, a resounding thud. The Conservadems have confiscated my health care iPhone, which means my optimism apps are inaccessible. The Rushpublics have constructed a typically badly designed brick wall, so I keep slamming my liberal noggin on it and am running short of Bayer Pharmaceutical Inc. Bactine. Traitor Joe Lieberman has pulled away my Charlie Brown football so often that even my own cats are pointing and laughing at me.

‘Blue Cross Is Telling A Lie’

Twelve people were arrested in an act of civil disobedience in front of Blue Cross headquarters in downtown Los Angeles earlier this week. One of the organizers, Sam Pullen, 31, refused to give information to police, vowing to stay in jail until Blue Cross stops denying care to those who need it most. The demonstration […]

The Democrats: Really, You Just Gotta Laugh

The Democrats: Really, You Just Gotta Laugh

The Democrats in Congress, and their main man Barack Obama in the White House, have taken tens of millions in legal bribes from the health insurance industry over the past year, and have obligingly been hammering out in Congress a health “reform” bill that, instead of helping people, has been designed to help the insurance industry.

Senators Send Reid A Letter Urging Inclusion Of Public Option In Health Reform Bill

Senators Send Reid A Letter Urging Inclusion Of Public Option In Health Reform Bill

Thirty U.S. Senators signed a letter today urging the inclusion of a public option in any health reform legislation that will be considered on the Senate floor. An additional 14 Senators at least have expressed support for the public option through a resolution, letter, or by voting for a strong public option during committee markups.

Hey Rep. Boehner! I’m An American, And I Support A Public Option

On Oct 1, House Minority Leader John Boehner told reporters, “I’m still trying to find the first American to talk to who’s in favor of the public option, other than a member of Congress or the administration… I’ve not talked to one, and I get to a lot of places and I’ve not had anyone […]

Baucus’ Excuse For Voting Against Public Option In Healthcare Reform Bill

Senate Finance Committee chairman Max Baucus’ statement in the markup meeting before he voted against the Rockefeller amendment to add public option to the healthcare bill. Tweet

Secret Service Probing Facebook Poll That Asked Whether Obama Should Be Killed

Secret Service Probing Facebook Poll That Asked Whether Obama Should Be Killed

A Facebook poll that asked users to vote on whether they believed President Obama should be killed was removed Monday from the popular social networking website and is now the subject of an investigation by the Secret Service.

The Best Health ‘Reform’ Money Can Buy

The Best Health ‘Reform’ Money Can Buy

When the White House or Democrats in Congress talk about health care reform, and about wanting to preserve the central role of the private insurance industry in health care, it pays to look at just what it is that they they’re so anxious to preserve.

Republican Mailer Appeals to Racists

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