Dennis Rehberg on Health Care Reform


I’m glad that we pay Representative Rehberg $174,000 annually and fund a staff that costs millions. How else would we gain insight like this?

Rehberg said that he is not advocating not reforming the system, and that he thinks changes will be made. “I don’t think anyone is saying it isn’t broken … ,” he said. “Who suggested we don’t do anything? I’m not. “Something’s got to be done. Something better be done or there’s going to be a revolt,” he added. “I just don’t think the government is the solution.”

There you have it, folks. Something better be done. Just not any of the ideas that anyone has proposed yet.

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