Thursday, September 10, 2009

Health Care For Me, But Not For Thee


There is just one question to ask the politicians who are devising the new health care plan..."Will you and your employees on Capitol Hill be covered by this plan?" So far the answer is "No." Congress has exempted itself from the proposed health care coverage it wants to impose on the rest of us. Congressman Dean Heller of Nevada (no relation) introduced an amendment to the bill that would require Congress to opt into the public plan, but the amendment was defeated.
http://blog.heritage.org/2009/09/05/fact-checking-the-white-house-congressmen-opted-out-of-public-option/
Soooo.... Maybe we should ask Congress to give us the health care coverage that they keep for themselves. It's known as the "Federal Employee Health Benefits Program." We pay for up to 75% of the premiums for members of Congress. They have no waiting period for coverage and there are doctors, technicians, nurses and a pharmacy on site. Yes, this is similar to some employer coverage, however, the difference is that there is very little accountability. And, again, if the proposed legislation is so great, why aren't we all in this together?

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