I'm curious (not sarcastic)...What source does congress use to get these numbers? It seems every time you turn around, people site a different set of numbers. It gets confusing. So who's right?
In a way, it doesn't matter how many are without insurance -- It matters that people's needs are taken care of in a timely fashion. How can we accomplish this without breaking the country, not only financially, but spiritually and fundamentally?
There's no doubt that something must be done to fix the current system. If you could write a plan (and you can, cuz they're looking for one!), what would it include and how would we pay for it?