ORANGE ALERT: Failing health

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By Monday, Mar 27 We the People  2 Comments


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  1. Leonard Quart says:

    Succinct and pointed. Nothing more needs to be said.

  2. George Grumbach says:

    He will keep trying to sabotage the ACA to “prove” it doesn’t work and he is now turning to his second project of giving big tax cuts to the very rich. So, now is not the time to celebrate saving health insurance or preventing more income inequality. And let’s not forget that he is dead-set on abolishing environmental protection and believes that climate change is a hoax. Thank goodness he lied about working hard and not playing golf. If he were actually working, he might do even more damage.

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