Brain Dead Politicians


The Scott Brown win in Massachusetts doesn’t mean the Republican Party is
going to control Congress. It means that Americans are voting out the brain
dead politicians who don’t understand that politician-lobbyist bills that
don’t benefit the American voters will be rejected big time.

A few longtime Congressional Democrats have already announced they will not
seek re-election. they see the handwriting on the wall. The American
voter wants real fixes to real problems from true economic revival, to
healthcare and good foreign policy.

My recent letter to President Obama puts the Healthcare debate in

Sunday, January 03, 2010

Dear President Obama,

The American people gave you a mandate to fix the Healthcare system, the Economy and Foreign Affairs, which are all interrelated to the prosperity of this country.

The current healthcare bill will fall far short of it’s objectives due to the pork, the compromises and preservation of profitability for the insurance and the pharmaceutical industry with the costly expansion of coverage. In fact, it will cause major harm to a very fragile economic recovery. I don’t believe the Omnibus approach to fixing healthcare will ever work, due to the catering to the special interests who are interested in preserving the status quo.

I’m appalled at the fact that the lobby industry spends over $3 billion dollars per year and have 6 medical lobbyists for each Congressman. How can we ever produce an objective healthcare bill under the current methodology?

I applaud you for signing the order to re-invigorate 500 Community Health centers around the country and moving forward on electronic record keeping which should be all encompassing. I believe this approach will work. One step at a time. The electronic record keeping should be utilized for medical history, medical treatment and statistical analysis, and mandated on a federal level. The state insurance regulations that limit competition should be eliminated. These initiatives will allow the competitive market place to rapidly reduce administrative overhead in the medical insurance arena. In addition, better statistical analysis will pinpoint which medical practices are doing more harm than good.

Currently, the majority of Americans believe that the Healthcare Bill will not meet the initial intent of fixing Healthcare and their displeasure will cause a major change in the outcome of the November 2010 elections. Since Congress does not have term limits, the only way to get the message across to our Congressman that they are to act on behalf of the constituency and not special interests is to vote the sitting Congressman out at each election regardless of political affiliation.

The real healthcare focus should be on improving the nutritional base of all Americans and eliminating the cumulative effects of toxins in our environment. Prevention is the real cure for our Healthcare system dilemma and health education is key.

Now is the time to demonstrate leadership and vision and veto the Healthcare Bill if it is passed in its present form.

I hope you have the opportunity to read this letter and consider this point of view.

T. Braun, Pharmacist, Buyer, Marketing Executive for a Major Drug Chain. Active for over 45 years in Pharmacy.
Legal Stuff: Disclaimer – This document is informational in nature. Medical advice should be secured through your physician.



    This top-ranked site now has over 4,000 pages of humor, nostalgia, senior advocacy and useful information for seniors 50+. Updates weekly!

    The daily e-zine for everyone over 50 who feels way too young to be old.

    "...the perfect mix of Andy Rooney, Dave Barry, and Garrison Keilor, combining knee-slapping humor with useful information and genuine compassion."


    "Thousands look to and trust Suddenly Senior. Other Websites pale in comparison to the real-life, intimate look into senior lives. What sets apart Suddenly Senior is its blistering honesty and its incomparable encouragement. Millions need guidance."

    Suzette Martinez Standring

    "Best Senior Site ever on the Web! Great, up-to-date information on how seniors can save money on drugs. Wonderful nostalgia. Hard-hitting senior advocacy pieces that get read in high places. Wonderful humor. It's all at Suddenly Senior."



    Now read by 3.1 million in 83 newspapers from Florida's St. Petersburg Times to the Mumbai, India News.