CNN Poll: Public wants Congress to keep working on health care

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    CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - CNN Poll: Public wants Congress to keep working on health care « - Blogs from CNN.com
     
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    Doesn't matter what 'we the people' want. For congress:

    The tick tock of the clock is painful
    all sane and logical
    They want to tear it off the wall

    Inside Out, Eve 6
     
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    You guys are pompous dicks who think your worldview is representative of the majority of Americans. Newsflash: if they were, President McCain and his Republican congress would be passing their plans to reduce American health care standards to third world quality and restricting internet access.
     
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    Did you read the OP, numbnuts? Our worldview IS representative of the American people. It is dumshits like you and Pelosi who are out of touch.
     
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    The poll quoted in the OP says that people would like the debate to go on longer. That's not your position. Your position is that reform is unnecessary. The reality is a majority of Americans favor the public option, favor portability of coverage, and favor requiring coverage for pre-existing conditions.
     
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    Thank you for telling me what I believe.
    It is of course untrue. It is untrue of Republicans in general, who have their own excellent health care bill.
    But keep believing the talking points. It's Hope and Change, baby!!
     
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    The Republicans don't have a health care bill. They have another round of handouts to the insurance industry, which slightly expands coverage and makes coverage slightly cheaper by completely gutting regulations on the insurance industry.
     
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    I'm an Independent and I think it needs a lot more work. I also think Congress needs a lot more work.

    Vote the whole lot out in 2010.
     
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    Keep posting it, baby.
    You forgot that Republicans represent the rich. That Republicans want to return to segregation.
    Any other talking points I missed?
     
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    The asskicking the Dems got in the recent election should have been a signal to slow down
     

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