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I couldn't agree more - this is all about political posturing and creating pools of voters through one way or another. Bipartisanship does not seem to exist any longer.

when will all this political posturing be brushed aside and the welfare of the people or of the majority be taken into consideration? I am still hoping for the day that health care be really taken care of and not just used for one's own agenda.

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