Health Care Vote: Health Care Bill Vote Results

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Health Care Bill – H.R. 4872: Will the House give ‘Yes’ Vote today?

President Barack Obama sees Health Care reformation as long overdue for about a century now. Today his dream of cutting the cold is passing by the House toll whether the bill will get to his table for execution.

His people have barely recovered from the great recession. Jobless rate is eating up the economic proportion as businesses are still trying to recover from the loss.

For all its seemingly fine tuned amendments to the Health Care and Insurance in America. H.R. 4872 is apparently pushed into great heights to apply healing to the burn effects of recession but is causing freights to upper class earners of America.

A vast part of the populace is speaking against the proclamation of this change on the health system now that it is almost nearing the tape. However, health assistance and insurance is a consistent survey topper on what is gravely pulling down the quality of American living. Thus on either result it will not mean an end to this national issue. A ‘yes’ vote will give Obama’s administration and Democrat allies the pot of gold or stones by the 4th quarter of 2010 to the 1st of 2011. If by chance the “no” prevails today, then extension to the century of unsuitable health care system hums along all other unchanged regulations.

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2 Responses for “Health Care Vote: Health Care Bill Vote Results”

  1. I think that Obama has done a great job in bringing the US population public health insurance. I think that it is an integral part of the UK and other nations’ public life. In many ways, access to healthcare is a basic human right. I have been following developments at the insurance index that lists health insurance sites at http://www.dozeninsurance.com recently. I feel that Obama is doing a good job for the USA overall, it has only been a year. So let’s stop giving him a hard time and let him get on with his job. After all, he is a doing a lot better than the previous President ever did.

  2. I think that Obama has done a great job in bringing the US population public health insurance. I think that it is an integral part of the UK and other nations' public life. In many ways, access to healthcare is a basic human right. I have been following developments at the insurance index that lists health insurance sites at http://www.dozeninsurance.com recently. I feel that Obama is doing a good job for the USA overall, it has only been a year. So let's stop giving him a hard time and let him get on with his job. After all, he is a doing a lot better than the previous President ever did.

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