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Speaker Nancy Pelosi March 21, 2010

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“We will honor the vows of our founders…life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  We thank President Obama for his unwavering support for health care for all Americans. If I have one word for this legislation, it will be “opportunity“.

Speaker Pelosi went on to indicate that this legislation will take people from “joblocked to unleashed entrepreneurial spirit”; the best action we can take to create jobs, ignite innovation, strengthen Medicare, eliminate discrimination, create 4 million jobs during the life of the bill, being a woman will no longer be a “pre-existing medical condition”.

She acknowledged the work of the late Senator Edward Kennedy; and referenced the letter he wrote to President Obama to be read after his death that contained the phrase “access to health care is the great unfinished business of our society”, until tonight…

She urged an Aye vote.

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3. Jim Brammer - March 23, 2010

Dear Ms. Pelosi

I would simply like an answer to my question. A 1 or 2 sentence answer will suffice. Please do not add any rhetoric, short answer. Why would you push healthcare reform when it was very clear that the majority of the people, who you work for by the way, did not want this bill passed? Please do not tell me that the publics view was different from your perspective. CLEARLY EVERY POLL WAS NOT IN FAVOR OF THIS SPECIFIC BILL.


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