Here it is! The actual bill that will be voted on when Congress reconvenes in September. Read it yourself. I don't have time. It's 1036 pages!
I find it interesting to note, on this, the US Congress' official website, that only 12% of the website's registered users are in favor of this legislation. You can see the results of their own poll on the right sidebar of the site.
I tried to vote, too, but for some reason, my registration was rejected. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that I tried to vote first, then register.
By the way, for those of you who oppose the health care bill, here is a suggestion:
Since the Whitehouse wants us to report e-mails and things that are "fishy", I decided to comply with their request and send the link to the health care reform bill to them.
I think that's pretty fishy.
Here is the text of the missive I e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Dear Sir or Madam,
I found this on the internet, and complying with your request to report things that are "fishy", I thought I'd better report it to you:
While I'm at it, I'd better report myself.
I will stand for Liberty and reject your soft tyranny. Every time!
(only I didn't spell my last name like that. I included my real last name)
It's just a suggestion, mind you, but I think if all those who oppose the bill do the same, it would overwhelm those who would try to follow up on the reports.
Be your own best judge.