Republicans Ignore Health Care Issue - Giddy over McCain Pick Instead

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The Republican Party put its agenda on the line last night in Minneapolis, and there was 'not a word about healthcare', that according to Florida Health Insurance Web, a free health insurance service. The Florida health insurance service said, "While the Democrats promised affordable health care in speech after speech in Denver, the Republican chose to talk about Teddy Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, and how well the war in Iraq is doing."

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a new health care system that is universal, high quality, and affordable so that parents no longer have to choose between care for themselves or their children or be stuck in dead end jobs simply to keep their insurance.

Morgan Moran, a business and insurance consultant watched the two political conventions very closely. Moran has been listening attentively for buzz words, words like 'health coverage' and 'universal coverage'. He got an earful last week during the Democratic convention, but last night, the Republicans ignored the health insurance issue, not a buzz word to be found.

Last week, Florida health insurance web wrote in an op-ed piece that, "The Democratic Party will deliver health insurance to every man, woman, and child," Morgan Moran, of FHI web, said "one by one the democrats pledge health care for every person in America". Now fast forward one week later, Moran said, "The Republican side did not make one single mention of health insurance or health care, except when the First Lady, Laura Bush mentioned how President Bush increased health care to African children with AIDS."

The Florida health insurance consultant said, "The health insurance issue is a top issue with the Democrats, and by the speeches in Minneapolis last night, you can tell what is on the minds of the Republicans, Iraq, Teddy Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan." Moran said, "The issue is not even on the table for the Republican party, if health insurance is important to you, your vote should be Democratic."

Here are two examples. Last week, Hillary Clinton said a vote for Obama would mean "a new health care system that is universal, high quality, and affordable so that parents no longer have to choose between care for themselves or their children or be stuck in dead end jobs simply to keep their insurance." Last night Fred Thompson talked about how tickled he was to have a new fresh face for Vice President.

Obama promised if elected November 4th he would, " lower your premiums or get you the same kind of coverage that members of Congress give themselves." Moran said, "In comparison the Republican's want to give you the same health insurance policies you have now, with a $2500 tax break".

To find out more about details about health insurance, contact Morgan Moran at http://www.FloridaHealthInsuranceWeb.com.

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