Talk about the pot calling the kettle black: Peloser and her band of thieves want to kill people (page 425) and they are throwing the word "villain" around? That's rich.
Kelly Loussedes, Vice President of Public Relations for the National Association of Health Underwriters, speaks out against the criminal, moochers and looters running the government now:
ARLINGTON, Va. (August 3) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently criticized private health insurers, calling them "villains" in the health care reform effort. In response, Janet Trautwein, CEO of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU), which represents more than 100,000 licensed health insurance agents, brokers, consultants and benefit professionals nationwide, issued the following statement:
"It's unfortunate that Speaker Pelosi has resorted to petty name-calling in the debate over health care reform. We all have a stake in achieving meaningful reform that both preserves Americans' freedom to choose their doctors and lowers long-term health care costs. A public option will accomplish neither.
"A new government-run health plan will raise costs for Americans with private insurance. By systematically underpaying doctors and hospitals, our country's existing public plans -- Medicare and Medicaid -- raise the average family's premiums by $1,800 a year. A public option will only exacerbate this problem -- and make insurance more expensive."