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From: Ange Lobue, MD, MPH, BSPharm,email@example.com, CA, 95519Dear Sirs/Madams:I understand that you have refused to send HR 676 to CBO for scoring and have refusedto hold a full hearing on that bill and on single-payer health care. Please reconsider your position. The bill has within it explicit financing provisions that will easily allow it to bescored. Failing to score the one legislative proposal that will save $400-800 billion per year in administrative waste is inexcusable neglect. Please send HR 676 for scoring byCBO today.This is a very personal issue for me. As a 71 year-old physician who watched the flagrantco-opting of a well-intentioned Health Maintenance Organization concept which I helpedto craft and implement, I am no longer as naive as I was about the ways of American BigPharma and Big Insura. I now know that "If there's a way, they will take it over!" You can be sure that the $80 Billion Big Pharma is offering in "Senior Discounts over 10 years" issimply a shiny hook in a muddy river that no self-respecting, old trout would look attwice.Those of you who are too young to remember the merciless way health care was takenout of the hands of doctors and systematically dismantled in the name of stockholders andcorporate bonuses should be paying more attention to those of us who were there.Moreover, all who willingly participated in this rape of American medical care should befilled with shame at the thought of permitting such a debacle to happen twice within ahalf century.