I never accused you of calling opponents of the bill racist and I'm sorry I gave you that impression. Yes, maybe I'm a tad touchy I mean someone did accuse us of racism for being against the bill on this very thread and it was said on the new one opened up. People get angry when they are being marginalized and that's what's happening in this country with this healthcare bill. Supporters of the bill (I don't mean YOU personally or others on here) need to really try to understand why people are angry instead of blowing people off with remarks of they just hate this because they're racist or any other label that is used. We wouldn't do this to our kids right? If we had a kid that was upset over something wouldn't we try to understand why and not marginalize him: "he's a spoiled brat", "he's just angry because he doesn't like having to go to bed early" OR ignore the fact that he's upset in the first place? Why do it to our fellow Americans?