Thursday, February 11, 2016

UPDATED: Joe Lieberman's healthcare plan for America

UPDATED: Joe Lieberman's healthcare plan for America


UPDATE: Some 68 percent of his constituents in Connecticut favor the public option,  but Joe Lieberman is instead siding with his campaign contributors: $2,395,369 from the health sector and $1,033,402 from the insurance industry during his undistinguished Senate career. Researchers at the Harvard Medical School say that 45,000 Americans die from lack of insurance coverage every year, so extending that to Connecticut's roughly 3.5 million people, that would be about 1,000 every year just in the Nutmeg State alone. I wish Lieberman could be forced to explain his position to the families of every blessed one of the deceased.

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