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Care2 Launches An Election Blog – Bush Vetoes SCHIP Again

Posted by Catherine Morgan on December 13, 2007



Hi everyone. I want to take this opportunity to tell you that I am helping to launch a new blog by Care2. It’s called the Care2 Election Blog, and I will be the primary blogger. I hope you’ll stop by and check it out. THIS IS A LINK TO MY FIRST POST. Todays post is on…Another veto by Bush for SCHIP.

I’ll be here at the Care2 Election Blog each day with posts on the latest election news, political commentary and, of course, will address campaign issues that are especially important to the Care2 community, with an emphasis on non-profits. Since this is Care2’s first blog, I hope to get as much feedback from the members of the community as possible…and I look forward to hearing all of your comments and suggestions (so please…don’t be shy). — read my full first post here

If you are not already familiar with Care2, you should go over and check them out. It’s a site that makes it easy to take action on issues that are important to you.


6 Responses to “Care2 Launches An Election Blog – Bush Vetoes SCHIP Again”

  1. rightwingdog said

    Why don’t you state WHY President Bush vetoes the SCHIP bill?
    Then list the names of those prominent Senators that didn’t even vote on the bill although they make much noise about it not passing.
    The reason it hasn’t passed is because of political reasons and the additions put on the bill that it was not originally meant to cover. It was for CHILDREN not adults. There are things tied to it that have NOTHING to do with SCHIP.
    It is a good cause and if the bill was written correctly, the President would not veto it from waht I read.


  2. With all do respect. I don’t care about any of that. There is no reason why this government can not pass a bill to make sure that all children have healthcare. Period. Yes, there is a bunch of bureaucratic B.S. — meanwhile millions of kids are sick and dying.

    So, I won’t apologize for not going into every aspect of this debate…If the president can go to war without authorization, he can certainly make sure children have health insurance. You can’t have it both ways…he makes sure he is “relevant” when it comes to the war, but chooses not to be “relevant” when it comes to children.

  3. tobeme said

    I will check it out, thanks.

  4. Thanks. Let me know what you think. 🙂

  5. Catherine, I was trying to find the best place to put this, but I just wanted to wish you a very merry Christmas. Thanks for all the wonderful information you provide– you’re an inspiration!

  6. Thanks Moonbeammcqueen. Happy New Year!

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