GOP Argues Against 9/11 Hero Care

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GOP Argues Against 9/11 Hero Care

Saying it might help people who were undeserving, Republican congressmen spoke out against a proposed health care program for rescue workers who responded to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. What do you think?

  • "Well, of course. If you extend health benefits to 9/11 heroes, next you'll be providing free lifetime benefits to veterans."

    Vadim Coronado
    Commercial Sales Specialist
  • "That's why I always get a monetary guarantee in writing up front before I rush to save anyone's life."

    Jason Headly
    Mechanic
  • "I think the fact that Republicans have worn "FDNY" T-shirts, buttons, and hats for almost 10 years now is support enough for the well-being of rescuers."

    Paula Thomson
    Payroll Analyst
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