December 17th, 2009
07:03 AM ET

Sound Off: Your comments 12/16/09

Editor's Note: After last night's AC360°, we heard from many of you on health care reform. Many of you also asked for more information about 10-year-old Jean Paul Lacombe Diaz, whose father is now wanted for kidnapping and accused of lying to the judge. What do you think? Let us know.


So, it is actually the "legal" drug dealers running our health and health care reform. Too bad Obama sold out the American people with prescription drugs. Money talks and bull-- walks!

My wife is a book keeper and I am a massage therapist. Our health insurance is 1200 a mo. and is going up to between 1700 – 2200 a month. What is unfair is that my tax dollar goes to give anyone who is employed by the government universal healthcare but not my wife and I. How is this possible? Listen up......... The postal worker, or city school teacher, or worker at the motor vehicle dept. and their spouses are paying only 100 to $250 a month for health insurance. The tax dollars of my wife and I are going to pay for the health care support of the people above mentioned. Yet not a dollar of their tax dollar is going to pay for the health insurance of my wife and I. That isn't fair is it? Especially when the postal worker, teacher, and worker at the dept. of motor vehicle are making more money than I or my wife makes a year.

I'm watching Anderson tell the story of the 10-year old boy taken from his school bus by Texas Marshalls and handed over to his father. The father used fake Mexican documents to convince a Texas judge to allow the order. I wanted to ask Anderson why there was no mention of the names of the father's lawyers, as they had to represent to the court the accuracy of the documents and I believe they were negligent at least and complicit at worst.

Health care is simple. As voters the people in Washington work for us and the first people who will be required to be covered solely by it must be the people who create it

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