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So far the new Health Insurance law has generated 28 letters.

28 Separate letters from both my private insurance and the Medicare that has not even started yet, to tell me about policy changes due to the law.

I am home bound now, I can no longer walk down the stairs to leave, without going into serious respiratory arrest.  Hell I can't walk 100 feet in my house without breathing hard.  But i am not eligible for a power-chair or scooter, because the law changed interactions between the private insurers and Medicare.  

I am NOT on a transplant list, because we can not figure out who will pay, or what they will pay, more subtleties to be revealed

So I am home bound and dying because my disease is out of remission, and I am getting worse week by week.  Going upstairs to get a shower frightens me, my heart races and I get chest pains, but I have no system to help me get UP the stairs, again...... Confusion Medicare or Kaiser>!>

Our house was foreclosed on, HAMP HARP HAFA<not one worked for us.</p>

Stimulus package's? My Hubby's small business can't get a grant or SBA loan, because well he is construction, but they offer him Pell Grant to go to college.  But the trades, that promise of More and stronger Unions, POOF gone, no work for the  unions only the scabs.  

Sigh and yet today I will spend all day working on handouts for the Dems, and making phone calls begging money, for them.  

Can u guys just do me ONE little favor, Bail us Out, I need some bailing out, and I am too sick to work the halls anymore.  How about a grant to help us revitalize a block in Baltimore, or Start affordable housing project?  

Better yet just send me millions I will off shore the  account, and act like an arrogant CEO...

Originally posted to one pissed off democrat on Fri Apr 30, 2010 at 05:17 AM PDT.

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