I guess I am just going to have to force myself to believe that in spite of all the terrible stories I hear about insurance companies, the overwhelming majority of Americans must be satisfied with their health care. I say that because in this day when almost everyone in this country has at least one telephone, access to a computer, a post office, or a fax machine, that if health care is an issue not getting in touch with a member of Congress, especially one who is standing in the way of health care reform should not be an option. And any advocacy group who knows that some individuals spend hours a day texting their social networks and cannot get members of their group to better use their time needs to find another cause.
COLUMN: What will be done about health care?
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