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The Health Care Vote – Dooming California

As the U.S. Senate prepares to cast their vote on the Democrat $2.5 trillion government-takeover of health care plan, it’s worth keeping in mind a few important things for Californians to remember:

12.5 percent: That is the October 2009 unemployment rate in the state of California, according to preliminary numbers released by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate has risen, from 10.6 percent in February to 12.3 percent in September and now 12.5 percent in October 2009. According to the California Employment Development Department, “Californians holding jobs in October was 16,041,000, a decrease of 94,000 from September.”

$1.42 trillion: The federal budget deficit for 2009 alone totals $1.42 trillion – a number higher than the total national debt for the first 200 years of the United States. During the month of October 2009, the deficit increased by $176.4 billion, setting another all-time record.

$100 million a day: While Democrats brag that their health care bill “reduces the deficit by $130 billion over the next decade,” they leave out the fact that interest payments on their so-called stimulus bill total $347 billion over the next decade – an average of $100 million a day.

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