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CongrASSman wants Reagan on $50

Just when we thought our congressmen had their eye to change more important things (health-care, Iraq and Afganistan, etc), some still have their head in the sand and seem to be more interested in changing something that doesn’t need changing. The idea, brought on Tuesday by Republican Patrick T. McHenry, is to replace the face of Ulysses S. Grant with Reagan’s image saying that “Every generation needs its own heroes.”

Now, don’t get me wrong. I couldn’t careless who is on the $50 bill. In my opinion, it’ll be worth the same no matter who is on it. My issue with this is that we are wasting voting, debating and deliberating time on useless changes. We have better things to be discussing, we have more important things to be making quick votes on so changes in this country can be made to make a better United States of America. Why on earth are you wasting the time of your fellow congressmen on something so minuscule? 

We still have yet to make a decision on a very important matter: health care. Millions of people are walking about in this country with no health care. Children, most importantly, are going without and not as healthy as they should be because their parent’s can’t afford routine checkups and vaccines.  While CongrASSman McHenry’s family is busy spending his high salary and going to doctors thanks to his health-care provider, millions are suffering and he has the audacity to question who is on our $50 bill.  What a true ass.

What are your opinions on this and what is your HONEST FACTOR?

  1. March 7, 2010 at 11:41 pm

    I love the way you write! You are so witty and SO correct. We need to pay more attention to the more important things. YOU GO!

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