Friday, November 06, 2009

Comprehensive criminal health care

Illegal immigration may threaten health vote
The illegal immigration issue is emerging as the biggest threat to passing healthcare reform in the House.

Congressional Hispanics have threatened to vote against the bill because of a last-minute threat from within the Democratic Caucus to bolster the House bill’s immigration restrictions to match those included in the Senate Finance bill.

And they’re also fighting President Barack Obama, the original sponsor of the language prohibiting illegal immigrants from accessing the public health insurance exchange.

Vulnerable Democrats may push for language that would match the Senate provision on preventing illegal immigrants from accessing a public exchange.

CAUSA, you can put away your false poll data concerning American's positions on illegal aliens. The fact that democrats who are worried about re-election (and Obama himself) are scared silly to do anything that would look like helping illegals tells us all we need to know.

My question for congressional hispanics is this: doesn't Mexico already have wonderful government run health care?

Call your representative and tell them NO coverage for illegal aliens! Actually, all you libs who read this blog can call and insist that the bill DO cover illegals because that will doom the bill just as fast.


Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Undocumented Oregonians already have healthcare in Oregon so what does it really matter.

Anonymous said...

I really don't get it why people that are not supposed to be in this country in the first place expect to get all the benefits of the people that are citizens of this country.

I mean it is like I work for company A whose benefit package is not as good as company B next door. So I go to company B and insist that they also give me the same benefits as one of their employees.

I'd be laughed right out of the building and I'd be told that if I want the same benefits as the employees here that I would have to apply and get hired on.

so for illegal aliens, go home (company A) and apply for citizenship (company B) and welcome aboard.

Anonymous said...

The practical, tangible reality is that Mexico and the U.S. are joined at the hip, geographically, economically and culturally, so I suggest getting used to the reality-based world, because no law you pass, no politician you elect, and no wall you build will, or can, possibly change that, nor can you prevent a phenomenon, i.e, people moving to where the work is, that has been going on for many, many centuries. That will never, ever change. You can no more stop that than you can stop people from eating and fucking, so you'd better get used to our neighbors. They have, after all, been there a hell of a lot longer than we've been here.