Comments:US House of Representatives passes universal health care bill
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If you need to pass a health bill it should be for 100% of the people. You people work for the people not the other way around. You are the ones that are the underclass not us. I hope you will all pull your heads out and start using your brains. Start thinking if it's not good enough for you it's not good enough for the rest of the U. S. people......
This person above me who said that they "care more for rapists and killers than for Obama" is the epitome of blind hatred based on ignorance. I hope that he or she never gets their hands on any position of power. Not only is your disregard or lack of elementary spelling and grammar an embarrassment,but the fact that you might have children and could potentially instill that sort of belligerence in them is scary. My suggestion is to stop spending your time on Wikinews, expressing your pathetic opinions and ill conceived ideas, and go back to school. Hopefully this will give you something intelligent to contribute.
P.S. You are what one might call a "Bitch Ass Hoe." :)
The "universal" health care bill fails the universality test because it includes the Stupak-Pitts Amendment, which limits females' access to full health care options. Limiting access to crucial health options for approximately 50% of the American population is anything but universal coverage.