The GOP is running a war on at least two fronts. The war on women and the war on the middle class/poor of America. And it won't stop until we have balanced, intelligent leadership at all levels of government. I think the GOP is looking a big loss in the upcoming elections on the state levels. At least we can hope!
I feel bad for the people who live in those states whose Governors are too stubborn to accept Obamacare. I'm so glad I have Mark Dayton, he would never allow the citizens of Minnesota to suffer like that.
Remember, nobody can go back to the very beginning and make a brand new start, but anyone can start here and make a brand new end.
There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results."
The irony is that it ultimately costs us more money when preventative care is dropped because people can't afford it and the care they get is from the emergency room. Saying earning $5,000 is too much for medicaid can only motivate people to quite their jobs so they can have health care.
Yep, just sitting here on my balance ball being tortured by a bad case of shingles wishing Rick Perry would let the feds help me with the SA adult immunization clinics bargain price of $265 for the shingles vaccine. (Never get these when I'm employed and insured.) If I make it to 65 next year without going utterly ballistic and Medicare is still around ....oh, wait, didn't I read something about that.....aargh!
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