Last week’s most highlighted event has been, and still is, the battle in Washington about what politicians call “Health Care” reform. Two questions are on the forefront of the issue:
Is it really a reform?
Is it really about health?
Actually if logic is allowed to enter the debate, it should be said that what is at the center of the battle, raging among our elected representatives, has more to do with how much more additional money can be squeezed out of the tax payers, in order to remedy the mess generated by politicians on the take. In fact, the combination of the noun “politician” with the specification “on the take” is an exercise in redundancy. Today every single one of them has been bribed by one interest group or another, without discrimination.
Maybe a long time ago it was possible to find some honest individual fighting in Washington for…
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