As our good friend Gary Bauer of the Campaign for Working Families and American Values points out, here are just some of the problems with the bill: • The president is threatening to use what's called the "reconciliation process," a gimmick that will enable him to enact socialized medicine with just 51 votes in the Senate. • A Rasmussen poll found that 58% of likely voters oppose both the Senate and House health care bills, and 61% want Congress to tear up both bills and start over. The American people have already made it clear they do not want the government takeover of health care. • The president says his proposal will cost about $1 trillion, but the Congressional Budget Office says the language is too vague even to come up with an official cost estimate. • Under his plan, senior citizens living off investment income will get hit with a new tax on so-called "unearned" income. (It's hardly "unearned" - you worked all your life to build those investments.) • It extends the "Cornhusker kickback" to every state in the Union, essentially offering a bribe to every senator. • It includes the unconstitutional mandate that every American buy insurance or pay a fine. (This means you will get taxed for not doing something!) • It imposes price controls on the health insurance industry. Every time in history price controls have been used, they have resulted in shortages and rationing. • It not only makes taxpayer funding of abortion a right, it provides for the direct funding of abortions through Community Health Centers and would lead to mandates that would require every private insurance plan to cover elective abortions.