Editor's Note: After last night’s AC360°, viewers continued the discussions on the proposed health care reform, and also questioned the balance of the panel discussing it. Discussions on Michael Vick’s return to the NFL also drew response from our audience, with mixed feelings about it. While some expressed the opinion that his remorse comes only from being caught, others feel forgiveness is in order now that he has paid his debt. We’d like to hear what you have to say on these issues:
I am disappointed that CNN is having a panel discussion about healthcare with one person (David Frum) who is clearly promoting the Republican viewpoint while Nia Malika and David Gergen are remaining virtually neutral. If you are going to have a guest tow the Republican line you must have one to do the same for the Democrats!
This President cannot catch a break. First the majority of Americans support Health care reform. Then the Republicans and conservative groups put out a deliberate misinformation campaign to stop it, and all of a sudden only half or nearly half support it. What are they yelling the most about a takeover of health care by the government and death councils? This is deliberate misinformation and scare tactics. I thought the election of Barack Obama meant we had finally seen through this nonsense….
I am concerned that too many questions remain unanswered about what the health care reform really means for individuals, but I am most worried about the attempts to pass it so quickly while so many questions remain. At this point I’m neither against it nor on board with it. I’m just confused over it!
I don't think the reason NFL player Michael Vick cried in his cell was because he felt bad and guilty for what he did to these poor dogs, but because he got caught. Once an animal abuser always and animal abuser.
Who cares if Michael Vick is sorry?! Seriously. I don't think he'll do it again. That's for sure. So rehabilitation worked in this case, even if it didn't work for the right reasons.
Mr. Vick should not be preaching about the dogs; he should be grateful the fans are giving him another chance....he should donate 10% of his salary to various groups for animals; that is if really feels for the cruelty his done to those animal and the money he made off them. GIVE IT BACK...IT WAS BLOOD MONEY.
Michael Vick paid his debt to society...he did more time than most "CHILD MOLESTERS." I don't see you reporting about them every night.
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