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Just in case you missed it - Senators
TeamMitch - no to any debate on health care reform
Just in case you missed it - Senators "pass" health reform
Kentucky's two senators voted "No" Saturday evening on the Senate health care bill. Senator McConnell told Sunday morning talk shows that his constituents don't want health care reform.

The bill, passed by a filibuster proof 60 Democrats,  will be debated at least until the end of the year, revised, amended, loaded down with nice things for good boys and girls who cooperate before being voted on again. If it passes in its new improved form (Read here: no public option), it will be sent to conference committee with the House where it will be pieced together like Granny's old quilt, hung out to dry and then thrown over the eyes of the American public.

Victory will then be declared by Congress and the White House while the insurance companies quietly go back to biz as usual.


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Ky Horse Park gets $5.7 million stimulus funds
Where is the Obama Administration stimulus money going?
Nearly $5.7 million is going to the Kentucky Horse Park for a "permanent greening initiatives" that will be ready for the World Equestrian Games in September 2010. 

Kentucky's First Lady is a board member of the World Equestrian Games. In a press release, she said  "I am confident that when our international guests arrive for the Games, they will be impressed with our world class facility in the Kentucky Horse Park.”
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Editorials

Letter to the Editor- submitted by Jeanie
Jesus did not ask the blind man or the leper, "give me your silver pieces and THEN I will heal you". Health care in this country is bought and sold at the marketplace for profit like any other private consumption good at the expense of human lives yet, we claim to be a Christian nation...
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