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. . .The ad “asks readers to go to CheneyCare.org and sign a petition in support of CheneyCare for all Americans
[ed. note: click image to enlarge ad!]:

Cheney’s office “did not respond to a request for comment” by the Washington Examiner, but in December, when the original ads ran, Cheney spokesperson Megan Mitchell said that “something this outrageous does not warrant a response.”

As ThinkProgress noted at the time, what is actually outrageous is the fact that there are roughly 47 million people in America without health insurance, including 3.2 million children, but President Bush twice vetoed legislation that would have expanded coverage to 4 million more children.

While it is certainly good that Vice President Cheney was able get the medical attention he needed, the groups’ ad is right. Americans do deserve “CheneyCare for all”. . .

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H/T think progress for this great nurses’ activism campaign!

click through, to join this
excellent campaign — send an e-mail
to your elected representative, write
a letter to your local paper — do something
!
quoth thinkprogress.org:

. . .The ad “asks readers to go to CheneyCare.org and sign a petition in support of CheneyCare for all Americans
[ed. note: click image to enlarge ad!]:

Cheney’s office “did not respond to a request for comment” by the Washington Examiner, but in December, when the original ads ran, Cheney spokesperson Megan Mitchell said that “something this outrageous does not warrant a response.”

As ThinkProgress noted at the time, what is actually outrageous is the fact that there are roughly 47 million people in America without health insurance, including 3.2 million children, but President Bush twice vetoed legislation that would have expanded coverage to 4 million more children.

While it is certainly good that Vice President Cheney was able get the medical attention he needed, the groups’ ad is right. Americans do deserve “CheneyCare for all”. . .

i n d e e d.

H/T think progress for this great nurses’ activism campaign!

click through, to join this
excellent campaign — send an e-mail
to your elected representative, write
a letter to your local paper — do something
!
quoth thinkprogress.org:

. . .The ad “asks readers to go to CheneyCare.org and sign a petition in support of CheneyCare for all Americans
[ed. note: click image to enlarge ad!]:

Cheney’s office “did not respond to a request for comment” by the Washington Examiner, but in December, when the original ads ran, Cheney spokesperson Megan Mitchell said that “something this outrageous does not warrant a response.”

As ThinkProgress noted at the time, what is actually outrageous is the fact that there are roughly 47 million people in America without health insurance, including 3.2 million children, but President Bush twice vetoed legislation that would have expanded coverage to 4 million more children.

While it is certainly good that Vice President Cheney was able get the medical attention he needed, the groups’ ad is right. Americans do deserve “CheneyCare for all”. . .

i n d e e d.

H/T think progress for this great nurses’ activism campaign!

click through, to join this
excellent campaign — send an e-mail
to your elected representative, write
a letter to your local paper — do something
!
quoth thinkprogress.org:

. . .The ad “asks readers to go to CheneyCare.org and sign a petition in support of CheneyCare for all Americans
[ed. note: click image to enlarge ad!]:

Cheney’s office “did not respond to a request for comment” by the Washington Examiner, but in December, when the original ads ran, Cheney spokesperson Megan Mitchell said that “something this outrageous does not warrant a response.”

As ThinkProgress noted at the time, what is actually outrageous is the fact that there are roughly 47 million people in America without health insurance, including 3.2 million children, but President Bush twice vetoed legislation that would have expanded coverage to 4 million more children.

While it is certainly good that Vice President Cheney was able get the medical attention he needed, the groups’ ad is right. Americans do deserve “CheneyCare for all”. . .

i n d e e d.

H/T think progress for this great nurses’ activism campaign!

click through, to join this
excellent campaign — send an e-mail
to your elected representative, write
a letter to your local paper — do something
!
quoth thinkprogress.org:

. . .The ad “asks readers to go to CheneyCare.org and sign a petition in support of CheneyCare for all Americans
[ed. note: click image to enlarge ad!]:

Cheney’s office “did not respond to a request for comment” by the Washington Examiner, but in December, when the original ads ran, Cheney spokesperson Megan Mitchell said that “something this outrageous does not warrant a response.”

As ThinkProgress noted at the time, what is actually outrageous is the fact that there are roughly 47 million people in America without health insurance, including 3.2 million children, but President Bush twice vetoed legislation that would have expanded coverage to 4 million more children.

While it is certainly good that Vice President Cheney was able get the medical attention he needed, the groups’ ad is right. Americans do deserve “CheneyCare for all”. . .

i n d e e d.

H/T think progress for this great nurses’ activism campaign!

click through, to join this
excellent campaign — send an e-mail
to your elected representative, write
a letter to your local paper — do something
!
quoth thinkprogress.org:

. . .The ad “asks readers to go to CheneyCare.org and sign a petition in support of CheneyCare for all Americans
[ed. note: click image to enlarge ad!]:

Cheney’s office “did not respond to a request for comment” by the Washington Examiner, but in December, when the original ads ran, Cheney spokesperson Megan Mitchell said that “something this outrageous does not warrant a response.”

As ThinkProgress noted at the time, what is actually outrageous is the fact that there are roughly 47 million people in America without health insurance, including 3.2 million children, but President Bush twice vetoed legislation that would have expanded coverage to 4 million more children.

While it is certainly good that Vice President Cheney was able get the medical attention he needed, the groups’ ad is right. Americans do deserve “CheneyCare for all”. . .

i n d e e d.

H/T think progress for this great nurses’ activism campaign!

click through, to join this
excellent campaign — send an e-mail
to your elected representative, write
a letter to your local paper — do something
!
quoth thinkprogress.org:

. . .The ad “asks readers to go to CheneyCare.org and sign a petition in support of CheneyCare for all Americans
[ed. note: click image to enlarge ad!]:

Cheney’s office “did not respond to a request for comment” by the Washington Examiner, but in December, when the original ads ran, Cheney spokesperson Megan Mitchell said that “something this outrageous does not warrant a response.”

As ThinkProgress noted at the time, what is actually outrageous is the fact that there are roughly 47 million people in America without health insurance, including 3.2 million children, but President Bush twice vetoed legislation that would have expanded coverage to 4 million more children.

While it is certainly good that Vice President Cheney was able get the medical attention he needed, the groups’ ad is right. Americans do deserve “CheneyCare for all”. . .

i n d e e d.