Confronting Bush On 9/11 Health
January 23rd, 2007

An editorial in the Daily News explains that 21-year-old Ceasar Borja will be attending President Bushs State Of the Union address this evening, representing his father, a 52-year-old police officer who served at Ground Zero, and is now at Mount Sinai Medical Center hovering beneath consciousness. His son might just be the person who prompts the President, finally, to understand that the federal government has a long-term responsibility to pay for health care for thousands of sickened rescue and recovery workers.

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