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Georgia's Price pesters president on health care

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  • Danny 5 years ago

    I would be interested to see the CBO scoring for the HR3400 the Rep is championing. If in fact he can fix the health care quagmire for free maybe our own personal Merlin could tackle the deficite problem he voted to create over the past years.
    Also could someone please check with this magician for his reasons for holding this ingenious plan back from a needy American public until the Democrats are in the majority. If memory serves his party held both houses and the white house for 6 years without a word from the Rep. when all it would have taken was a wave of the hand of the powers that be at the time to make this magic come to life.
    How disingenious can he be.............but even more it does prove Lincoln right...........you can fool some of the people all the time

  • Anna 5 years ago

    Congressman Price solution will not solve our healthcare crisis. Please look up pacs and political contributions to Price in 2008, from the Health Insurance Industry he received over 2.6 million www.OpenSecrets.org. He is wealthy thanks to the health care industry. His one solution is to expand purchasing Health Insurance over state lines. The State of Georgia has plenty of competition (over 15 private providers), due to laws in Georgia that Congressman Price will not addresss... Georgia Private Healthcare Industry competes for the highest price and our politicians allow that to happen.

  • Raleigh Conservative Examiner 5 years ago

    Atlanta Public Policy Examiner
    Perry: Good post. Don't listen to the naysayers. They are locked in the past. (Funny that a conservative would say that about liberals, non?) You're doing noble work. I have signed up for your posts, and am very impressed with your wisdom and commitment to conservative ideals. Maybe you'll occasionally check in on me as well at Raleigh Conservative Examiner. I'm going to learn from you. Thanks, and God bless you, brother. Verne Strickland, Wilmington, NC.

  • dmac 5 years ago

    For those of you with internet access (Ha!) a simple search of newpapers (Nexus/Lexus) shows that President Obama has never said that Republicans "offered nothing" on the health care debate. He's never said that they have "no solutions" on the matter of health care.

    Price claims in this piece that Obama is only interested in solutions from the far left. Not so either. The most progressive solution would be to expand Medicare to cover all Americans. Actually, that's not even all that radical.

  • dmac 5 years ago

    I also liked the part of the exchange when Price claimed that his proposal would not raise taxes by one penny. Obama refused to allow that nonsense to pass with, "That's just not true".

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