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March 10th, 2010
08:21 PM ET

The Teaser

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so that you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

Here’s the lineup for tomorrow:

6:30AM:  $1,200 a month for health insurance. $120,000 a year for medications. We’ve got health care horror stories from two people, Kelly Culver and Arnold Gee, stuck in financial fights to save their lives.

  Using the internet to commit terror – how are we stopping future “Jihad Janes”?  Former CIA Covert Operations Officer Mike Baker joins us.

  Will a soda tax really work? Dr. Steven Lamm will discuss a new study that shows it just might.

8:30AM:  Another “accidental overdose" –  is actor Corey Haim's death part of a wider trend? Dr. Joseph Lee, an adolescent addiction specialist, will tell us how drug use has changed in recent years.

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    If We Don't Get the PUBLIC OPTION + The Premium Costs are Not Reduced by the End of 2010–

    President Obama + The Democrats + Spiteful Republicans will Still Get NEGATIVE IMPACT from This Healthcare Bill in 2010 Elections!

    Public Option & Immediate Implementation will Only Put the FOCUS on Obama & the Democrats–

    I Believe that this has Become the PIVOTAL Defining QUESTION for EVERYTHING That is OBAMA!

    March 11, 2010 at 7:12 am |
  2. Dee

    RE: American Morning 3/11/10 Healh Care Bill
    In regard to whether our Congress "gets it" in terms of health care reform, they DON'T and they DON'T CARE! Just listen to these sychophants who enjoy the best of FREE health care at taxpayer expense: they offer the most frivolous and stupid reasons for not really reforming health care – as the sick suffer and die and pay exorbitant sums for premiums and medication. Our country should be ashamed of how we treat our fellow citizens! As for the Congress, they have no shame at all – womanizers, $100,000-in-the-freezer types, greedy criminals, princesses who need to be recognized by Capitol police. What planet do these creeps live on? Even throw-the-bums-out does not work because new bums come in. There is something about politics that attracts this fodder. What Congress needs is term limits, real jobs, and to do do their jobs and give us a safety net for health care. Where is the money going to come from? Get it from Wall Street. They stole it from us in the first place.

    March 11, 2010 at 6:49 am |