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Minor feedback on H.R. 3962 & possible senate bill


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Should make it mandatory for the Dem pols to spend a day (getting care) down at the VA hospital sometime, it's a dump, no service, no motivation to give good service.

Hey, just because they don't offer chiropractic voodoo care, doesn't mean its a dump with no service.

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Should make it mandatory for the Dem pols to spend a day (getting care) down at the VA hospital sometime, it's a dump, no service, no motivation to give good service.

Hey, just because they don't offer chiropractic voodoo care, doesn't mean its a dump with no service.

 

Now, why would you attack me personally?

It's George- It means nothing, those here who know him personally or have met him think he is a joke and a loser. Just ignore.

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. - (Business Wire) Dr. Donald Palmisano, spokesman for the Coalition to Protect Patients’ Rights and former president of the American Medical Association (AMA), issued the following statement after learning the American Medical Association had decided to endorse H.R. 3962 just days before the AMA House of Delegates was scheduled to meet and discuss the Bill:

 

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More minor feedback. Hey Nancy! You listening?

 

What does it say about the Tea Parties, that they could get thousands of protesters on a Thursday, but only a few hundred on a Saturday?

 

 

 

Looks like they withdrew that resolution, due to very little support within the AMA.

 

What it says is that average folks can't just drop their lives or extend their stay on the whim of some congressman who decides the next day, an attempt, to follow in the success of Thursday's gathering. Rep. Bachman's "House Call" on Thursday, gave protesters at least a week's notice to make plans to come to Washington and express their dismay for a vote that was originally supposed to be set for that afternoon.

 

As for the AMA Resolution, my sources say the vote to rescind is not withdrawn, just delayed. The conference in Houston continues through tomorrow.

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Should make it mandatory for the Dem pols to spend a day (getting care) down at the VA hospital sometime, it's a dump, no service, no motivation to give good service.

 

$47B budget, and at least 5.5m patients. Now that works out to.....$8500 a head. What do you expect for only $8500 a person. That's why they are adding 25B to the budget over the next 5 years. And adding 500,000 patients. Wait, that is 65B and 6m people - - uh oh. that math works out like gold plated private insurance math....including the profits.

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Should make it mandatory for the Dem pols to spend a day (getting care) down at the VA hospital sometime, it's a dump, no service, no motivation to give good service.

Hey, just because they don't offer chiropractic voodoo care, doesn't mean its a dump with no service.

 

Now, why would you attack me personally?

 

Maybe because you just dissed the work of a whole bunch of folks who are doing their level-best to care for veterans?

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Should make it mandatory for the Dem pols to spend a day (getting care) down at the VA hospital sometime, it's a dump, no service, no motivation to give good service.

Hey, just because they don't offer chiropractic voodoo care, doesn't mean its a dump with no service.

 

Now, why would you attack me personally?

 

Maybe because you just dissed the work of a whole bunch of folks who are doing their level-best to care for veterans?

 

Why does Polaris hate Veterans?

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Should make it mandatory for the Dem pols to spend a day (getting care) down at the VA hospital sometime, it's a dump, no service, no motivation to give good service.

 

$47B budget, and at least 5.5m patients. Now that works out to.....$8500 a head. What do you expect for only $8500 a person. That's why they are adding 25B to the budget over the next 5 years. And adding 500,000 patients. Wait, that is 65B and 6m people - - uh oh. that math works out like gold plated private insurance math....including the profits.

 

Best Care Anywhere

 

The private sector gets to slough the old folks off on Uncle Sam,

and manages to deny sick people entry. The VA has a lifetime

relationship with it's patients. Yours is not a fair comparison.

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