March 23, 2010

Larson a key player in pushing health care through

For better or worse, Bristol's congressman was a major factor in the passage of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul this week. Read the story here.
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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vote him out!

Odin said...

Thank you John!!! And pay no attention to the mis-guided fools who oppose health care reform. Maybe someday they will start thinking for themselves, instead of letting Sarah Palin and Glen Beck and Rush Limbaugh do it for them.

Anonymous said...

Larson is a drunk like his friend the Mayor.

Anonymous said...

Odor sounds like a mind numbed kool-aid drinking robot that hates America and everything it stands for .


Such a shame ......

Anonymous said...

1:32 PM:

Is that so? Well then, why don't you sign your name when you make slanderous allegations about public servants? What's that...you're a coward??? Ya, I thought so (and pretty juvenile to boot!).

Anonymous said...

Odin,

No need to tell Larson not to pay attention to the "misguided fools who oppose health care reform"...he's already proven that he doesn't listen to what the people want anyway.

Have some more Kool Aid.

Karen said...

5:03pm and you use the name Anonymous for what reason? Well then, why don't you sign your name!!? Oh you are a real coward too I see - loser just like the Mayor.

Joe said...

I work in the insurance industry and I believe all Americans should have health insurance. I was deeply disappointed to watch members of Congress disrespect the work that many in the industry do. It was also insulting that the insurance industry was labeled as the "villains" while many insurance industry employees work hard daily to provide millions of Americans with valued health benefits and services. President Obama and some members of Congress don't understand the real issues of providing all Americans with health care. We need to reduce the cost of medical care, and improve health care quality. The best way to do that is to reach across the aisle and work collaboratively on a bipartisan solution to the health care crisis that builds on the employer-based system that works for 177 million Americans and is not funded by your tax dollars.

Truth said...

Karen - you seem to lavish in being pretty insensitive to others, don't be upset if others question your motivation, lack of moral obligation or just plain stupidity.
What goes around, comes around.By the way, using the name of Karen doesn't fool any one with a brain, step up and use your full name if you are sincere.

Anonymous said...

Odin. Don't fool yourself. You are just like the Sarah Palins, Glen Becks and Rush Limbaughs of the world -- only you represent the other side.

Anonymous said...

Larson is no Ted Kennedy, though he tries hard.