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It’s Getting Pretty Quiet Out There

Everyone knows who Brad Ellsworth is, right? The two term Democrat out of Indiana? He voted for health insurance reform? OK, I’ve never heard of him either until recently. What’s amazing about this guy, or very sad, is that he is running for re-election and glossing over the fact that he has spent two terms in Congress. His website’s home page points out his decades long involvement in protecting the public as a Sheriff…oh, and his brief time as a congressman. Buried in the website is the fact that he voted for Obamacare. It is as though he wants the people of Indiana to forget all about the past few years, that it was all a dream. You would think he was from Dallas.

This is what is happening in many states, Arizona included. All the congressmen of the Democratic party want us to forget about the past, and especially their vote for health care reform. Like the President, no Democrat is talking about health insurance reform today. From a political point of view this piece of legislation was to be the big bounce the party needed to limit the losses this November. It was to be the crowning achievement of this administration, something that all elected officials in the Democratic party could brag about when they went home, encourage the voters in their party.

The fact is that the congressmen are reading the same polls as everyone else, and it doesn’t look good. There was no bounce in the polls, and the health insurance reform law is becoming more unpopular as time goes by.

The new reform law needs to be discussed, not buried in the sand. If these representatives truly believed that what they were voting for was in our best interest, why then are they not explaining to the general public all the benefits of this new health insurance plan for the nation?

Michael Higgins


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April 21st, 2010

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