Obama Compares Socialized Health Care To Civil Rights Struggle

Monday, September 28, 2009

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Politico- "Obama segued from civil rights into health care, ticking off what his plan calls for and borrowing a line from Martin Luther King, saying that the push called for "the fierce urgency of now."...

Turning to the economy, Obama said that his policies had brought the economy back from the brink of disaster and those that forget how bad it was had a case of "selective memory."...

Obama said that the CBC would be crucial in passing health care reform and alluded to the struggles of the past, putting the present fight in focus.

"Remember all they did all so many others did to make it possible for me to be here tonight," he said, saying that the present generation has a new task. "When the need was great and the moment was hard, we did our best to perfect our union.”

1 comments:

Hello, thanks for the post. The fact is that the health insurance situation in the US is quite alarming, therefore, needs reform, indeed. On the other hand, I'm not very sure whether the reform supported by Mr Obama is the right way. In Canada, we have a single-payer insurance system against which president Obama is struggling, however, most Canadians find it much more effective and cheaper than the American system now.

Take care,

Lorne

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