Well, we have had it up to our necks hearing about the debate over health care reform. I certainly have my opinion, but won’t go into it here. Instead I want to share with you some light humor I found on “Shelf Awareness”. This is copied directly from them and I give them full credit. It does sound like a great solution or alternative to the health care debate!

From Shelf Awareness:

Health Care Debate: The Benefits of Visiting a Bookstore
From the blog of historical fiction author Jessica James, a contribution of sorts to the debate about health care reform: five reasons why visiting a bookstore can be good for your health.

1. A book specialist can help you find just the right book–with no co-pay.

2. You don’t have to pay a deductible at a bookstore, and the value is unbeatable.

3. Bending over, standing up, crouching down to look at the bottom shelf is good exercise. (Repeat as necessary.)

4. Carrying a large stack of books to your car is great for cardio and muscle-building.

5. Books provide entertainment, promote a sense of wellbeing and insure you will have something to read in the waiting room.

Great alternative to town hall arguments!