How about lowering the age of eligibility to "conception"?

bankster imagesUSA TODAY is reporting- When the swine flu vaccine was most scarce, health officials gave thousands of doses to corporate clinics at Walt Disney World,Toyota, defense contractors, oil companies and cruise lines."As a Democratic member of Congress asked, "Was corporate America buying their way out of an illness?"  I think the answer is pretty obvious.  Let's not forget that Goldman Sachs got more swine flu shots to pass out at their private, in-house medical clinic for their senior officers on Wall Street, than did some hospitals in the New York area.

The group of 10 Democrats working to break an impasse on the government insurance option are considering changes to other parts of the bill, including creating a Medicare buy-in lowered to age 55.  How about lowering the age of eligibility to "conception"?

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