Allie’s Letter (on the Virtual March for Health Care Reform)

February 24, 2010 at 1:42 PM (Uncategorized) (, , , )

Not going to link back because if you want to get involved via fax, phone, blog, Facebook and Twitter all you have to do is Google it.

It’s one of the working persons with disabilities, a group I believe I stayed in for as long as I could..who says it best, so I am linking back to her story: Allie, you rock:

Every health insurance policy should be required to have to have a two
warnings:

1.  All benefits are subject to your ability to fight for them.

2.  All benefits are subject to our ability to get away with denying them.

And:

Please Mr. President, give disabled people a chance to remain as productive
as possible for as long as possible. Let us use our energy to stay employed
instead of fighting with health insurance companies.  Stop the insurance
companies from denying care to the most vulnerable people

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