But I am deciding that this does not apply to me because:
1. If you are still reading me after all this time, I assume you signed up to read whatever garbage spills out of my brain with the hope that fabrics will feature frequently but not constantly. They usually do and here are some to soften the blow of the middle of this post. This is what I dyed on my playcation.
2. I have no personal view. I have a deep, deep void of understanding.
This is because all my information on Obama's proposed reforms come from newsbite shots of people abusing senators which I only half watched because I was blogging at the time anyway. And this article in the Times today which US readers might find interesting. So maybe someone wants to fill me in on what the debate actually is. Because from here it looks like this:
(a) the US has a purely insurance based system
(b )this works so well that artists have to set up sites like Hearts for Anna to get treatment for a woman with breast cancer and other bloggers I have read have lost jobs and been without any health care at all which has understandably been a worry for them.
(c) the proposal is for a system that provides care for all
(d) people don't want it.
Dennis is a politically educated person. US politics included. I have just asked him. He says he doesn't have any comprehension either. Please, someone inform us in neutral terms what the problem is!