Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Dear Representative John Boehner And Senator Mitch McConnell, HYPOCRITES

If your conference wants to deny millions of Americans affordable health care, your members should walk that walk.
You cannot enroll in the very kind of coverage that you want for yourselves, and then turn around and deny it to Americans who don't happen to be Members of Congress. We also want to note that in 2011, the Federal government will pay $10,503.48 of the premiums for each member of Congress with a family policy under the commonly selected Blue Cross standard plan.

It is important for the American people to know whether the members of Congress and members-elect who have called for the repeal of health insurance reform are going to stand by their opposition by opting out of the care available to them at the expense of hard-working taxpayers. We look forward to your response in the coming days about exactly how many of the members in the Republican conference will be declining their taxpayer-supported health benefits.


Reps. John Crowley (D-NY), Donna Edwards (D-MD), Tim Ryan (D-OH), Loretta Sanchez (D-CA)

This letter circulated by New York Representative Joe Crowley and his co-signers taunts the GOP leadership to disclose exactly the number of members in their conference willing to drop their health coverage, just as they would for 65 million uninsured Americans. Good deal. The number, of course, is ZERO. But these bastards must be exposed at every opportunity.

Harris the Quack thinks Doctors Without Borders is an immigration conspiracy.

Then we can always count on a DESPICABLE TEABAGGER (take that, Jon Stewart!) to bitch about the fact he has to wait 28 days before his privileged government healthcare kicks in. Not only is this pig, Andy Harris (R-MD), a doctor who ran against healthcare reform, but then he demanded to know whether he could purchase a public option plan to cover the 28-day gap in insurance. The fact is, this repugnant troglodyte has the option of purchasing COBRA through his old plan for exactly this purpose.

Repeat after me, Jon Stewart: TEABAGGERS. are. despicable.

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