Jesse Jackson Pans Congressmen Who Take Health Insurance and Oppose Obamacare, but Gives No Credit to Joe Walsh for Not Doing So

No mention of any freshmen Republican opponents of Obamacare who passed on taking government health insurance in Jesse Jackson's column. Click to enlarge.

The popularity of the argument that Congress and Congressmen should be subject to the same rules and ordinary folk is well-placed.

Yesterday in his Chicago Sun-Times column Jesse Jackson used it in the Obamacare debate.

Congressmen take government health insurance. Why shouldn’t everyone have it?

That what my quick reading of his message seemed to say.

He compliments some freshmen Congressmen who have refused to take health insurance.

But he doesn’t name any.

No credit where credit is due.

I imagine Congressman Joe Walsh doesn’t care.


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Jesse Jackson Pans Congressmen Who Take Health Insurance and Oppose Obamacare, but Gives No Credit to Joe Walsh for Not Doing So — 1 Comment

  1. Maybe Mr. Wlash has medical coverage on his wife”s plan where she works or if he dose’nt have any at all will he claim medicade when or if he had to get medical care??????

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