From The Wichita Eagle:
Kansans must help shape health reform
“Congress at last is tackling health care reform this summer, at the urging of President Obama and his secretary of Health and Human Services, former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.
An issue so central to how Americans live — and die — demands bipartisanship. It will be tragic if the politically toxic atmosphere on Capitol Hill turns health reform into a one-party show. Yet there are rumbles about congressional Democrats preparing to ram through a health care overhaul by whatever procedural method, and slim margin, they deem necessary.”
The biggest problem with health care are those congress people who worry more about insurance companies than the welfare of their people. The insurance companies are just vultures on the health care system. The people get ignored because they don’t have the large lobbying force of the insurance companies. And many have bought the lie that the government can’t run anything efficiently, which leaves health care in the hands of insurance companies.