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Point well made. There is no shortage of healt care if you don't waste it on the poor.
Vet43,you remember ,in one of the CNN debates back in September of 2011,when Wolf Blitzer asked Ron Paul if we should just let an uninsured patient die,some members of the Tea Party in the audience started chanting " Let him die."
I am starting to believe that some folks just enjoy watching folks suffer because it makes them feel superior. It must be God's way of thining the herd.
"Hey, look at the sick kid! What a loser!" Is the war cry of the uber-conservative hyper-righteous far right. Think Beck and Limbaugh then throw in Koch's bank account.
Healthcare should be free all we need is to find someone - not me of course - to pay for it and a way to control rising demand and costs.....hmmm? Death panels? And oh yeah, some way to control fraud that's also expensive.
Speaking of fraud I heard from a college administrator in San Antonio that 20% of the students taking out student loans never show up for class. They sign up for 12 hours, get a student loan and then never show up. And just by coincidence I read in the paper that student loans amount to about one trillion dollars and guess what? Twenty percent of those loans are delinquent – go figure?
There is fraud in every entitlement program along with sloppy administration and control. This is suppose to make us better, more prosperous and lift up the middle class? Yeah right.
It's another factual column by Tina Dupey... She doesn't have to use hyperbole because the republican presidential candidates are providing all the material, by shooting themselves in the foot... Rick Santorum said of Romney " “If you’re going to be a little different, we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk with what may be the Etch A Sketch candidate of the future.” The probable nominee will be Mitt Romney, so I guess Rick Santorum is endorsing President Obama... Jeb Bush tweets his endorsement of Romney and the head of the tea party in the senate ,Jim DeMint said "I can tell conservatives from my perspective is that, I'm not only comfortable with Romney, I'm excited about the possibility of him possibly being our nominee"..There you have it but the base will probably vote for Santorum in Saturday's Louisiana primary... It's the funniest presidential campaign I have ever witnessed, Ron Paul, was a guest on Jay Leno on the night of the Illinois primary...lol
Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/...
Yes, it's all about basic "health care" for women.
Speaking of narrow point of view.
Still puzzled why this lady should not have children. Seems as though some folks that are opposed to birth control only want it used by people that might disagree with their narrow point of view.
MobyD,Thanks, thats a great comment and I agree.
I am in full agreement with her on all points. Not sure what the GOP is really trying to push but it has a very 1950's look to it and June Cleaver has left the building.
I'm all for this columnist taking birth control.