The other day, I was listening to some older gentlemen talk about the way people had changed since World War II. They were in fact talking about health care reform. They were pointing out the fact that during World War II, even the people at home wanted to be part of the fight. They weren’t just sitting around waiting for the military to win the war. Even those who could do no more than plant a "Victory Garden" were willing to let everybody know where they stood on the matter. The men were basically complaining about the fact that so many seem willing to depend on the politicians to fight the health care battle.
Don't let someone else fight for your health care
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