Friday, May 29, 2009


President Obama says we must enact National Health Care by the end of this year, or the chance will be lost. [Obama says health care changes must come this year]
The president's message to his re-election campaign-in-waiting was simple: If volunteers don't pressure lawmakers to support the White House's goal on health care, Washington would drag its feet and nothing would change.
Now stop a minute and ask yourself why is this true? Could it be that like Stimulus Bill rushed through Congress before anyone had time to read it, this is not such a good idea after all? Why else would there be a need to pass it this year? If it is such a good plan, why isn't it still a good plan next year too?

Hindsight is always 20/20. But only fools rush in is equally true. Congress needs to give consideration to what's really best and consider all the consequences of their actions rather than rushing into passing another piece of faulty Legislation.

Take your time to get it right. If you don't have time to do it correctly, when do you have time to do it over?

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