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Sick of SCHIP Yet?
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Sick of SCHIP Yet?

With little fanfare, President Bush vetoed the dreaded SCHIP for the second time last night. The Washington Times has the full story here. Bush’s comments are pretty much right on - SCHIP puts too many adults and people who can afford their own insurance on the government rolls.

12/12/2007
Beware an SCHIP "compromise"
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Beware an SCHIP "compromise"

As the President and Congress aim for a "compromise" about SCHIP, I encourage you to remember than any likely deal will not be a good outcome for the taxpayer, the health care system, or our constitution.It's much like two burglars getting to your house at the same time. One of them only wants the jewelry. One of them wants the jewelry, your TV, your comic book collection (no, I don't have one), and your pet goldfish.

10/23/2007
Urging my congressman to sustain the SCHIP veto
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Urging my congressman to sustain the SCHIP veto

I just received an email from the Mark Udall campaign asking me to write a note to Congressman Udall (my representative) urging him to vote to override President Bush's veto of the SCHIP expansion. The campaign web site was even kind enough to provide me with a form letter and some writing tips. Needless to say, I made a few changes to their suggested letter. Here's what I sent Mark Udall...

10/16/2007
Politics of SCHIP not entirely obvious
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Politics of SCHIP not entirely obvious

A USA Today/Gallup poll released Monday suggests that the SCHIP veto may not be the public relations victory that advocates of socialized medicine and the president’s political rivals were hoping for.

10/16/2007