Just the fact that he had to address anything palin claims, is ridiculous.
No where does the bill require verification of one’s eligibility on citizenship or immigrant status. Not in the Medicaid part. Not in the Health Insurance Exchange. Not in the government-run insurance option. Not in the taxpayer subsidy for health premium payment. Nowhere.
He "told it like i 'tis, didn't he?I must admit, I was pleasantly surprised that he did come out for a public option as a part of "reform." I surely hope that rahm and the rest of the staff get the message and fight for it like the boss did in his speech . . . .
Shit! I was asleep!! (I had a migraine.) Thanks for posting this!
"Just the fact that he had to address anything palin claims, is ridiculous."Christian, that is exactly what I was thinking as I watched this. The claims being made are so outrageously stupid, anywhere but the USA they'd be ignored. The problem in the USA is that a substantial minority actually believe this BS, so unfortunately, he has to waste time addressing it.