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The Survey We'd Like to See (Healthcare House Party Corrente Style)

There was a lot of eyerolling with this---I mean, honestly, the original is all sleazy and weasel-y, no offense to weasels.

Anyway, revise, replace, and add your own as necessary.

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1. What do you perceive is the biggest problem in the health system?
a. Cost of health insurance
b. Cost of health care services
c. Difficulty finding health insurance due to a pre-existing condition
d. Lack of emphasis on prevention
e. An emphasis on health insurance and not on healthcare for all as the solution to our healthcare crisis

2. What do you think is the best way for policy makers to develop a plan to address the health system problems?
a. Community meetings like these
b. Traditional town hall meetings
c. Surveys that solicit ideas on reform
d. A White House Health Care Summit
e. Congressional hearings on C-SPAN
f. Stop pretending they don’t know healthcare for all is the solution and get it done

3. After this discussion, what additional input and information would policy makers need to get off their asses and get healthcare for all done?
a. They will lose their jobs if they don’t perform
b. They will have no health insurance until healthcare for all is a fact
c. a and b

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Submitted by lambert on

The exasperation does show in (2)(f) and (3)(c) and if we want this to be taken seriously, that cannot be.

Why not go back to Dasche and de-weasel it? Sort of like deboning a chicken, I guess.

Submitted by ohio on

2. What do you think is the best way for policy makers to develop a plan to address the health system problems?
a. Community meetings like these
b. Traditional town hall meetings
c. Surveys that solicit ideas on reform
d. A White House Health Care Summit
e. Lobby, vote for, and otherwise support HR676.

3. After this discussion, what additional input and information would policy makers need to suport their efforts to make universal healthcare a reality?
a. Public support in the form of letters and events
b. Private support in the form of lobbying assistance on the Hill
c. Tours of local clinics in low-income neighborhoods to see how they can make these people's lives better just by doing the right thing
d. A germ-y child touching their faces every day for three weeks

Do I win?