Big crowd tells Ga. congressman health care reform has problems By Carole Hawkins| Morris News Service
WAYCROSS, Ga. - When Capitol Hill failed to pass health care reform before its August recess, it gave congressmen a chance to come home and hear what voters had to say.
U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., learned constituents were more engaged than he may have thought.
Hundreds turned out in Waycross for a town hall meeting Wednesday on House Resolution 3200, the House bill on reform - a discussion Kingston's staff thought would draw only 50 or 60.
Kingston heard worries over the effect of the bill on businesses, lack of health care choice, and the degraded quality of coverage. Kingston himself said there was too much big government and too much cost in a universal plan.
Thursday, August 06, 2009
It's not just Dems getting hammered!
Anyone that supports this disaster should be grilled!