Health care reform should involve removing the government influence altogether. Recently we’ve heard that 72 percent of all Americans favor a public health care option. But now that the costs are coming to light the percentage is under 50 percent, and the rate is declining.
Fix Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security. Don’t we have enough agencies to hide all these expenses behind, already?
Our politicians need to promote fiscal responsibility. I read this week that Congresswoman Betsy Markey cast her Yes vote for cap and trade two days prior to the House vote on Friday, June 26. How could she know what was in it? And we are being told that health care reform is another ticking time bomb, and that we must spend money on it immediately in order to save later. That doesn’t make sense. This Congress is in the process of bankrupting our country with the policies they are voting for.
— Steve Hutchinson, Larimer County