The Gunslinger said, "My advice to you is to get yourself a Holy Book, then learn how to pray."
The Preacherman said, "My advice to you is to get yourself a gun, then learn how to shoot."
The Politician said, "My advice to you is to get yourself free of superstitions and weapons, then learn how to trust in me."


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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Congress sucks

One of the many healthcare-package funding-proposals that Congress is considering is to levy a tax on so-called “
Cadillac Health Insurance Packages,” identified as those costing more than $8,000 per year.

Well, I am not, by any measure, a rich man. My health insurance package is not as good as
the health insurance packages available to members of Congress. Although I remain in my ex-employer’s insurance group as a retiree, I pay every dime for the cost of my coverage; my ex-employer does not subsidize any of it. I can choose from three packages while Congress can choose from over three hundred. With the latest annual increase, my health insurance, for single coverage, is now costing me over $8,000 per year. I am in the crosshairs of a thirty-five percent excise tax. That is just lovely.

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