Making Affordable Health Insurance Even Readable!

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    So apparently there is a new national health care reform initiative, in a more Reader's Digest kind of format.

    http://msnbcmedia.msn.com/i/MSNBC/S...tories_Teases/summary-presidents-proposal.pdf

    Apparently, the Obama Administration has discovered that all the previous tax cuts now leave an income threshold at $55,000 and below as a benchmark. needing a deliverer(?).

    America has become a Holy Place!

    This happens the day after Governor Arnold of California came out in support of former Governor, Edmund G. "Pat" Brown for Governor: Unless he's for the kid. Pat Brown, as governor, created the more famous parts of the California infrastructure, and now a Republican governor has finally signed on. Richard Nixon would not, and so in history instead of kicking Dick Nixon around a lot: The Press Corps actually managed to get him to resign from the Presidency, instead. That happened complete with a "Deep Throat," kind of. . . .starring attraction!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Nations make treaties now. Take Back New York Real Estate. Sell It! Buy Health Plans!)
     
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    Now, if only you could make one of your posts readable. :lol:
     
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    Obama was telling the crossover GOP, when still a candidate, that a lot of transparency would be involved in the creation of national health insurance. Rep. Pelosi, and Senator Reid: Both delivered! Instead of just a committee, two entire federal legislatures became engaged in the formation of a national plan.

    Now it can be. . . .sorted out.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, not Stirred!"
    ("Sorting" is a least one way to. . . .ruminate about it! Possibly it will be explained a bi-partisan meeting, even later on this week--presuming any factions want inputs!)
     

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