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Saturday, December 15, 2007

National Health Care

I had an idea while I was driving home from work today. When it comes to a socialized health care system, the main issue seems to be the 30-40 Million Americans that earn too much to qualify for assistance, and earn too little to pay for insurance. I agree that something needs to be done for these people, but at the same time it's not fair that the government loots my paycheck every week. This is what I propose for a start:

Delinquent medical bills concerning non-elective procedures can not be reported on your credit record.

Thoughts?

-Tommy

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