Healthcare Reform: Real People, Real Issues Discussed by Silicon Valley Moms Group

We’re so glad to see other sites and online groups discuss healthcare reform by using real examples of insurers gone wild. In fact, the Silicon Valley Moms Group began a 2-Day Virtual Town Hall in which they’ve invited women from all over the country to blog about their personal experiences in what can only be described as economic rape. Some of these trials and tribulations are truly enlightening.

I wonder if any of our elected officials are reading these. If not they should. Their constitutents are getting angry. Why should they have inexpensive yet comprehensive healthcare coverage, when their constitutents don’t?

Oh yeah, it’s because we aren’t donating enough money to their campaigns.

Now, THAT’s sick.

Read it and weep,

—Josie Brown

Relationship Channel Editor



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