October 3, 2009 8:32:00 PM
I''m in favor of a national health-care system (NHS) like Canada, France and England. Until we get the greedy and corrupt insurance companies out of the way, we are never going to have real health-care reform. We have insurance, but the out-of-pocket costs are taking money we could be using to eat healthier.
Bill Cannon commented at 10/4/2009 7:32:00 AM:
Kathy, you are opening a can of worms! No doubt this column will fill with "socialized" medicine health care horror stories. The detractors will use the tactic we saw under the Bush administration. Be afraid, be very afraid! Like Sara Palin's made up "death panels." There is a majority of people in these systems who are well pleased. Their story probably won't be here!
JC commented at 10/4/2009 10:52:00 AM:
A truly "Christian nation" would work together to ensure that the poorest and weakest among them would be cared for.
The U.S., on the other hand, is a nation that worships mammon. How appropriate that our filthy lucre is inscribed with the holy name of God.
Melody commented at 10/5/2009 9:16:00 AM:
Are you the same JC who in a previous thread admited worshiping satan? If so, the one you call God is not on our U.S. currancy. Are you one of the Obama worshippers too?
Miss Lemons needs to check out the healthcare in Germany if she wants to compare Obamacare to something worthwhile. Why not check out the Republican plan in our Congress that the dems won't even look at and the left stream media won't tell her about. And Kathy, give the can of worms to Cannon and tell him to go fishing , cause none of his post make any sense.
JC commented at 10/5/2009 2:04:00 PM:
Are you the same Melody who claims to be a Christian while insisting that poor people must die in the streets if they can't afford health care?
bear commented at 10/8/2009 2:02:00 PM:
JC eats boogers
JC commented at 10/9/2009 11:51:00 AM:
bear poops in the woods
GC commented at 10/9/2009 4:18:00 PM:
You are both sooo mature!
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