October 29, 2009

The Latest House Health Care Bill - H.R.3962: Affordable Health Care for America Act - U.S. Congress - OpenCong

Here is the new Health care SCARE bill released today. Just in time for Halloween! Drawn up by a WITCH (Pelosi) and a WARLOCK (Reid)! But beware this new bill is 1,900 PAGES... I'm feeling nauseous just thinking about it... I'm still reading this GARGANTUAN health care bill nonetheless! I have my trick or treat barf bag ready! To think we the taxpayer does not even get paid to read this bill YET WE PAY these BUFFOONS in Congress with our TAXES 6 figure salaries with many FREE PERKS and they don't even bother to read it. They just pretend to work. They're supposed to represent us and do the DUE DILIGENCE EXPECTED on our behalf. This GARGANTUAN BILL will affect us all and they don't give a damn! They're going to vote on this bill Nov. 2 without having read a page! And these BUFFOONS in Congress still have the NERVE to tell us that this will NOT add one dime to the budget deficit. Come on will ya!!! HAPPY HALLOWS EVE America!

House Health Care Bill - H.R.3962: Affordable Health Care for America Act - U.S. Congress - compliments of OpenCongress.org

OpenCongress Summary

This is the big health care reform bill in the House of Representatives that will be debated and voted on during the week of November 2nd. It is the final, reconciled version of the health care bill that was amended by three House committees over the summer. Broadly, it seeks to expand health care coverage to the approximately 40 million Americans who are currently uninsured by lowering the cost of health care and making the system more efficient. To that end, it includes a new government-run insurance plan (a.k.a. a public option) to compete with the private companies, a requirement that all Americans have health insurance, a ban on denying coverage because of a pre-existing condition and, to pay for it all, a surtax on individuals with incomes above $500,000.

Please click HERE to be directed to the LATEST Health Care Bill... Warning the web link takes a long time to load due to the 1,900 pages!!!

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