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Tell the President What You Think of His Health Care Reform

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Tell the President What You Think of His Health Care Reform

On 07.01.09 06:54 AM posted by Marguerite Higgins

Following up on his infomercial last week , courtesy of ABC News’ “Questions for the President: Prescription for America” special,*which was meant to be a town hall discussion for doctors, patients and health care experts to bring the tough questions, President Barack Obama is holding another “town hall” online today to “answer more of your questions” on health care reform.

The online discussion, taking place at 1:15 pm in Annandale, Virginia, is using Facebook, YouTube and Twitter to take questions from the public. Judging by Obama’s previous track record of skirting the hard follow-up questions, it remains to be seen how much open debate or tough questioning the president will face on his health agenda and its potential impact on Americans.

That’s why you also should sound off on www.FixHealthCarePolicy.com to make sure your questions and thoughts about truly reforming the health care system are heard and seen by the general public.

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