View Poll Results: Would you support a health care bill without a public option?

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  • Yes, a public option is what is wrong with current reform plans

    8 14.81%
  • Yes, a partial reform bill is better than no reform bill

    7 12.96%
  • Yes, I like reform, but not a public option at least now

    6 11.11%
  • No, no reform is needed

    8 14.81%
  • No, no public option makes the bill not worth passing

    15 27.78%
  • other

    10 18.52%
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Thread: Yet Another Health Care poll

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    Re: Yet Another Health Care poll

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    You're talking about a tiny little percentage of the population. In that particular situation, we can work out an exception for those people who need more help due to specific handicaps they have. That doesn't mean we make the same exception for *EVERYONE*.
    Unfortunately, it's not as tiny as you might think. I am against government health care for *EVERYONE*. Never said I was for it. I was just saying that there is a legitimate need, and that if it is not being met in the local communities, common decency requires that it be addressed federally or at the lowest level of government possible.
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    Re: Yet Another Health Care poll

    Quote Originally Posted by LowRevs View Post
    Unfortunately, it's not as tiny as you might think. I am against government health care for *EVERYONE*. Never said I was for it. I was just saying that there is a legitimate need, and that if it is not being met in the local communities, common decency requires that it be addressed federally or at the lowest level of government possible.
    We're talking about people who are demonstrably mentally retarded, not people who are just stupid. Two different things. If stupid people get weeded out of the gene pool, I've got no problem with that.
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    Re: Yet Another Health Care poll

    My computer had a spasm and caused me to click the option "No, no public option makes the bill not worth passing" when I meant to click other.

    So for anybody who reads who voted for what, I don't actually support the option "No, no public option makes the bill not worth passing".

    I think that the Public Option is one of the flaws of the current bills, but there are other problems too. Heck, I don't even know what bill is what anymore.

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