The sun will come out tomorrow... Just thinking about tomorrow wipes away... the sorrow, till there's none.That's right when you're stuck with a job and life that is gray and lonely, or without health insurance, just stick out your chin and grin and pray your own sugar daddy comes along to save you from the clutches of the corporate greed and mounting medical bills. The protesters behind "Billionaires for Wealthcare" showed up at a health insurance industry conference and broke out into a rendition of "Tomorrow" that went something like
"Thank you! For killing the public option and blocking any hopes of its adoption, thank you sir... When Olympia Snowe said no, it croaked, right? No the option not's dead, or red... The option, the option, the public wants options! Without it, it's a corporate give away."Billionaires for Wealthcare. Like the Yes Men or Billionaires for Bush or the many groups of activists who keep pointing out the absurdity of a system that makes most of us worse off and a small number of us much better off, the Billionaires for Wealthcare believe that tomorrow really can be a better day. But not until we reign in the health insurance industry and their lobbying efforts that have killed (or have they?) the public option that 77% of Americans say they want.