Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Hell NO I don't trust government

Bay Bridge holds a lesson for health care reform

By: Mary L.G. Theroux
November 9, 2009

Trust no one: As Bay Area residents continue to use a Bay Bridge with a Band-Aid fix, we should be asking ourselves if government has our best interests in mind. (Examiner file photo)

Whether or not you like it, Congress' health care bill ultimately comes down to one question: How much faith do you have that a politically appointed committee in Washington, D.C., can determine what's best? After last week's Bay Bridge failure, Bay Area residents would do well to consider the obvious parallel. If the government can't build a bridge that keeps us safe, can it really be trusted with the future of American health care?



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