Study Shows 151 Members of House and Senate Get the “Public Option” 55 are opposed to it for you/Call them

New Weiner Study Shows 151 Members of House and Senate Get the “Public Option” Now

Weiner Calls on GOP Opponents of the Public Option to Give Up Their Medicare

WASHINGTON, DC—A new study by Representative Anthony Weiner (D – Queens & Brooklyn), member of the Health Subcommittee and Co-Chair of the Caucus on the Middle Class, revealed that 151 members of the House and Senate currently receive government-funded; government-administered single-payer health care – Medicare.

On the list of recipients are 55 Republicans who have steadfastly opposed other Americans getting the public option, like the one they have chosen.

Weiner said, “Even in a town known for hypocrisy, this list of 55 Members of Congress deserve some sort of prize. They apparently think the public option is ok for them, but not anyone else.”

The list of congressional recipients of Medicare who also oppose the public option is below:

Rep. Ralph M. Hall,
Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett,
Rep. Sam Johnson,
Rep. C.W. Bill Young,
Rep. Howard Coble,
Sen. Jim Bunning,
Sen. Richard G. Lugar,
Rep. Don Young,
Sen. Charles E. Grassley,
Sen. Robert F. Bennett,
Rep. Vernon J. Ehlers,
Sen. Orrin G. Hatch,
Sen. Richard C. Shelby,
Rep. Jerry Lewis,
Sen. James M. Inhofe,
Rep. Ron Paul,
Rep. Henry E. Brown,
Sen. Pat Roberts,
Sen. George V. Voinovich,
Sen. John McCain,
Rep. Judy Biggert,
Sen. Thad Cochran,
Rep. Harold Rogers,
Rep. Dan Burton,
Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon,
Rep. Frank R. Wolf,
Sen. Christopher S. Bond,
Rep. Michael N. Castle,
Rep. Joe Pitts,
Rep. Tom Petri,
Sen. Lamar Alexander,
Rep. Doc Hastings,
Rep. Cliff Stearns,
Rep. Sue Myrick,
Rep. John Carter,
Sen. Mitch McConnell,
Sen. Jon Kyl,
Rep. Phil Gingrey,
Rep. Nathan Deal,
Rep. John Linder,
Rep. Kay Granger,
Rep. John L. Mica,
Rep. Walter B. Jones,
Sen. Jim Risch,
Rep. Ed Whitfield,
Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner,
Rep. Virginia Foxx,
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison,
Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite,
Sen. Saxby Chambliss,
Sen. Michael B. Enzi,
Rep. Elton Gallegly,
Rep. Donald Manzullo,
Rep. Peter T. King,
Rep. Ander Crenshaw,

Source

These 55 are the ones who need to hear from the public they want the Public Option too.

If it is good enough for them it’s good enough for you.

All Americans should have the same “Public Option” their elected Leaders have.

These of course are probably the ones who get tons of money from insurance companies at election time.

Find you Elected Official

How dare they oppose giving it to Americans, when they themselves use it.

Do check the comment on this thread. The poster  has left some very vital information pertaining to this post.

The Bill is 1990 pages long.  It’s long read. They are attempting to stop the pre-existing condition problem,  insurance companies have been using against people.

The Public Option part is on page 211

The Bill on Health Care

2 Comments

  1. MANY THANKS to the Rainbow Warrior for that off-topic post re this matter in the Informationclearinghouse.info Comment Forum! Here are all the listed-out Infandous Mis-Representatives’ and Sold-out Senators’ phone numbers per http://clerk.house.gov/member_info/mcapdir.html (House) and http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm (Senate), alphabetized for ready reference and retrieval.

    Note: Folks just might want to bookmark or even download those Master National Legislature Contact Lists for further reference later. (MANY modern ‘n’ convenient site/page features!)

    So now we bring you directly into the ears of the interns who work in the offices of these US National Corporatized Failed-State Health Care Hypocrites, without whom NONE of this secretarial-grade cyber-slogging would EVER have been necessary:

    Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett MD6 202.225.2721
    Rep. Judy Biggert IL13 202.225.3515
    Rep. Henry E. Brown SC1 202.225.3176
    Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite FL-5 202.225.1002
    Rep. Dan Burton IN5 202.225.2276
    Rep. John Carter TX31 202.225.3864
    Rep. Michael N. Castle DE@large 202.225.4165
    Rep. Howard Coble NC6 202.225.3065
    Rep. Ander Crenshaw FL4 202.225.2501
    Rep. Nathan Deal GA9 202.225.5211
    Rep. Vernon J. Ehlers MI3 202.225.3831
    Rep. Virginia Foxx NC5 202.225.2071
    Rep. Elton Gallegly CA24 202.225.5811
    Rep. Phil Gingrey GA11 202.225.-2931
    Rep. Kay Granger TX12 202.225.5071
    Rep. Ralph M. Hall TX4 202.225.6673
    Rep. Doc Hastings WA-4 202.225.-5816
    Rep. Sam Johnson TX-4 202.225.4201
    Rep. Walter B. Jones NC-3 202.225.4201
    Rep. Peter T. King NY-3 202.225.7896
    Rep. Jerry Lewis CA-41 202.225.5861
    Rep. John Linder GA-7 202.225.4272
    Rep. Donald Manzullo IL-16 202.225.5676
    Rep. John L. Mica FL-7 202.225.4035
    Rep. Sue Myrick NC-9 202.225.1976
    Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon CA-25 202.225.1956
    Rep. Ron Paul TX-14 202.225.2831
    Rep. Tom Petri WI-6 202.225.2476
    Rep. Joe Pitts PA-16 202.225.2411
    Rep. Harold Rogers KY-5 202.225.4601
    Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner WI-5 202.225.5101
    Rep. Cliff Stearns FL-6 202.225.5744
    Rep. Ed Whitfield KY-1 202.225.3115
    Rep. Frank R. Wolf VA-10 202.225.5136
    Rep. C.W. Bill Young FL-10 202.225.5961

    Senators:

    Sen. Lamar Alexander (TN) 202.224.4944
    Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (TX) 202.224.5922
    Sen. Robert F. Bennett (UT) 202.224.5852
    Sen. Christopher S. Bond (MO) 202.224.5721
    Sen. Jim Bunning (KY) 202.224.4343
    Sen. Saxby Chambliss (GA) 202.224.-3521
    Sen. Thad Cochran (MS) 202.224.5054
    Sen. Michael B. Enzi (WY) 202.224.3424
    Sen. Charles E. Grassley (IA) 202.224.3744
    Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (UT) 202.224.5251
    Sen. James M. Inhofe (OK) 202.224.4721
    Sen. Jon Kyl (AZ) 202.224.4521
    Sen. Richard G. Lugar (IN) 202.224.4814
    Sen. John McCain (AZ) 202.224.2235
    Sen. Mitch McConnell (KY) 202.224.2541
    Sen. Jim Risch (ID) 202.224.2752
    Sen. Pat Roberts (KS) 202.224.4774
    Sen. Richard C. Shelby (AL) 202.224.5744
    Sen. George V. Voinovich (OH) 202.224.3353

    So fire up the comms gear, let ’em know what YOU think of THEIR Moral Leadership, and have a PRO-ACTIVELY HEALTHY day! (Proceed.) ;)

  2. Here’s a different angle: I’ve just posted on the alternatives in the health-care insurance reform debate, assessing them with respect to federalism. That is, I suggest that we include an assessment of the likely impact on the system of governance itself. If you want to have a look, here is the link: http://euandus3.wordpress.com/2009/10/27/health-care-insurance-reform-a-spectrum-of-alternatives-with-respect-to-federalism/

    You might also be interested in this NYT article:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/27/health/policy/27health.html?_r=1&hp


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