Monday, October 5, 2009

Big Dan's Big News Oct 5, 2009

Stacie Ritter’s twin daughters were diagnosed with cancer at the age of four. Their insurance provider, CIGNA, denied them coverage even though they had been covered by the family’s former insurer. The incident marked just the latest chapter in the family’s ongoing troubles with the health insurance industry. A few years ago, the Ritters filed for bankruptcy due to their high medical expenses—even though they had health insurance at the time. Stacie Ritter joins us to tell her story.

Mother Speaks Out on Insurance Giant CIGNA’s Denial of Healthcare to Cancer-Stricken Twin Daughters

Michael Moore Told to 'Cool It' on Senator Dodd and "The MACHINE"; mention's NEPA "Kids for Cash" judges in his new film "Capitalism: A Love Affair". Yes, that's NEPA, MY judges in MY county where I live, one in the same:

Something is wrong in America and in a government of, by and for the people, we're the only ones who can make it right. I don't know about you but I'm sick of all the wingnuts on TV declaring that healthcare reform is going to kill my grandma, that climate change is a myth, that our president, who's only been in office 9 months, is a socialist and responsible for the last 30 years of Republican misadventures. If you're as sick and tired as I am of the politics in America today, check out this video. There's something we can do, but we're all going to have to stand up and take to the streets and make our voices heard.

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