A Call to Action
Unfortunately, those who are still in the MSM induced trance will not understand any of this until they are in a waiting room behind the people whose health care they are financing with their taxes. These are the same people who purchase a hair growth product that does not work but are thrilled with another thirty-day supply for free.
Mad Mom, your state, RI I believe, got a dubious distinction in a City Journal article here.
Thank you CW, for sending the link. Not a surprise, but one more piece of evidence I can use to try to change the climate here.
I've not heard that objection to universal health care before--that there aren't enough doctors and nurses to go around. Rationing, yes, but I thought that was govt inefficiency rather than a lack of supply.Interesting to think about.He's wrong about education though, throwing money at it doesn't imporve it one bit.
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