Sicko! how many of you have seen this?

@bunnybon7 (37404)
Holiday, Florida
August 12, 2008 3:26pm CST
Today, Oprah had Micheal Moore that made the documentary movie "Sicko" i love Oprah she always covers important issues in america. I was interested in this movie because the thing that happened to me with loosing my job because of health issues and needing the health insurance i lost when i lost the job! a catch 22! how many of you saw this movie and what is your thoughts on our predicament here with insurance?
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@ronaldinu (12440)
• Malta
25 Oct 08
I have not watched Oprah's show but you are getting me interested to see this documentary. Thanks for sharing this information with us. © ronaldinu 2008
@bunnybon7 (37404)
• Holiday, Florida
25 Oct 08
tyty, friend. finally! your the best.
@ronaldinu (12440)
• Malta
25 Oct 08
thanks for the br award. I am trying to download the documentary right now. thanks once again.
@bunnybon7 (37404)
• Holiday, Florida
25 Oct 08
yes its on DVD at blockbuster to
@mentalward (14695)
• United States
26 Oct 08
I saw it. I've tried to tell everyone I know that they HAVE to see it, too! He really does a great job of bringing this terrible fact to Americans... we just need to try to see that everyone gets the opportunity to see it. Here's a link to his site promoting his movie, Sicko. It also has links on it to learn what we all can do to help get universal health care to every American. We saw the movie on Movies on Demand from Comcast and were so impressed that we bought the video so we could lend it to family and friends. Do you know why Hillary Clinton stopped promoting universal health care when Bill was president? Because she was given close to $1 million by our own government to keep her mouth shut! The government took that money from health insurance lobbyists to bribe her as a 'trade' for their vote! THIS is why I hate politics, at least the politics of this country! There is so much deceit, dishonesty, underhandedness, false promises, etc. by the majority of the politicians. They're only out for their own profit. If any one of them had to live on what the average American earns, even for one year, they'd start to see the real problems we face every day.
@mentalward (14695)
• United States
26 Oct 08
Oops, sorry... I got so fired up I forgot to post the link to Michael Moore's website! Here it is: http://www.michaelmoore.com/sicko/news/article.php?id=10003
@bunnybon7 (37404)
• Holiday, Florida
27 Oct 08
thank you dear. thats why i couldnt believe no one posted to this for months? still mystified, now its taken off.
• United States
26 Oct 08
I want to watch it because I have seen many other Michael Moore films and I think that this film has actually opened up the minds of people in congress. I would love to see Universal Healthcare in the US. I have insurance right now, but I know that there will come a day when I will not have it anymore, and then I am up a creek.
@bunnybon7 (37404)
• Holiday, Florida
27 Oct 08
yes he always points out what many are afraid to. and gets crap from some about it.
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• United States
27 Oct 08
He does get a lot of crap about it, but someone has to point it out. If places like Canada can get free healthcare, then why not the people of the United States of America? Are we not the "home of the free"? Well, where is this "free" that is talked about in our songs? Where did freedom go?
@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
25 Oct 08
hi bunny bon I didnt see that movie bur I realize we do have a lot of problems with health insurance in America today. We need better insurance with lower prices so that all Americans can have good health insurance.I an so lucky to have secure HOrizons evercare prgram for low income elderly people as it has really paid off for me in health care. it is a good Hmo connected with Medi care. but a lotof younger' p eople are going without insurance as they cannot afford it and thus their health is in jeopardy. that is so sad.
@bunnybon7 (37404)
• Holiday, Florida
26 Oct 08
yes it is and thats why i could not understand why this discussion did not get any responses the first time. also, i had no idea how many people did not see this movie/documentary