The Public Plan will eventually require nearly all Americans to get coverage, help many pay for it and restrict onerous insurance company practices such as denying coverage to people with pre-existing sickness. This sounds good in parts, but since when are we required to purchase something we may never use just to be a citizen in the United States? And the price tag being thrown around is 1.6 Trillion dollars?
Granted we are required to have car insurance, but that is basically to protect those around us. And we can make the decision not to drive. I will pontificate more later. And I thought I would just share this funny.
5.7 Earthquake near Susanville - The USGS is reporting two earthquakes--one 5.7 at 8:47 P.M followed by another 3.5 at 8:55--occurring near Greenville which is about 20 miles southwest of ...
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