Peasant Nouveau 
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Re: “National healthcare opponents should look to Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson was sagacious enough to realize the constitution needed to be revised every nineteen years. He added "the constitution belongs to the living and not to the dead." The constitution in his mind was a "living document." Many circumstances change over time and our laws must do the same.

I have yet to understand the nonsensical arguments against national health care. I have insurance through my employer and must abide by the terms of the policy. I don't have the freedom to choose any physician. My co-pays, co-insurance, and deductible are all cost prohibitive. Assembly line medical care has made visiting a physician fruitless in all situations other than those deemed life threatening.

Posted by Peasant Nouveau on April 2, 2010 at 10:50 AM
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