Anti contributors seem to want to talk about the health care debates. Every news channel is filled with angry, often rude protestors hollering at an elected official about health care. Let’s consider the following questions:
1. Is this the most productive means of communicating?
2. Is this issue being discussed according to right or left ideology?
3. What about people who do not have health care? Are they being heard? How about those who are in jobs where it is not available or the 10% who are unemployed?
4. What is so great about our health care system?
5. If we exclude people from health care (illegal immigrants, food and beverage people, etc) have we really fixed health care? Won’t we still be paying for those who do not have insurance?
6. Do our congressmen and senators really ‘work for us’ or do we elect them to go represent us? Since ‘us’ have different political views, how can we say they ‘work for us?’
7. President Obama’s health care meeting would not have gone the way Senator Spectrum’s did. No one would have been allowed to get in the President’s face. Should congressmen have additional security during these times?