going back to the status quo of Bushcare is a terrible ideal
"Going back to the status quo isn’t a viable option, said Nicholas Kristof in The New York Times. Want to talk about “losers”? Consider the case of Richard Streeter, a 47-year-old truck driver from Oregon. He tried to buy health insurance after his employer dropped coverage in 2008, but as a lifelong smoker in his late 40s, couldn’t find an affordable plan. “So he took a terrible chance and did without.” In September Streeter was diagnosed with advanced colon cancer, and it may be too late to save him. The “biggest health-care crisis” is not that a few million Americans will pay more for better health care under Obamacare. It’s that 50 million people like Richard Streeter have had virtually no health care at all."
Mesa, still no word from you on Obama's colossal lie about being able to keep one's own healthcare. Period. That was much more than some campaign promise. Health insurance is very personal and Obama lied to the American people about it. People notice that sort of stuff. Hence, they blame him. But you don't give a #$%$, do you?