The following is an editorial.
It has been over a week now since the televised coverage of President Barack Obama addressing a joint session of Congress as to what was and was not supposed to be in the Health Care Reform Act.
Yet the negative opposition/attack ads against such a bill are still running.
Granted, there are five different versions of a possible Reform Act floating around Capitol Hill at the moment, each with their own positives and negatives; and Congress needs to put its collective heads together to unify the positive aspects into one functional document to propose to the President.
I can understand the seriousness of the matter and everyone's concern that action not only be taken, but done correctly. Yet amongst those ads are ones that seem to be totally against the prospect of addressing Health Care Reform to begin with.
If you have legitimate concerns about this or any matter, then by all means you have the right to address your national representatives in a formal, polite manner just like everyone else.
But considering the cost of buying commercial time, let alone the expense of making these ads to begin with, and the more positive/beneficial things these funds could have been spent on...
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