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Why Are There No Lilting Sambas About the Junkie from Fuller Park?

Posted on 10 April 2011 by Editor

Originally posted 2009-10-01 21:33:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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by Scott Spiegel
September 30, 2009

For the measured consideration of the International Olympic Committee, I present 16 reasons to host the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro instead of Chicago:

(1)    President Obama wants them in Chicago.  Really badly.  More important than his wanting them in Chicago is his decision to drop everything in the middle of a recession, a health care debate, and two wars to head to Copenhagen on separate jumbo jet junkets with his wife to make a special entreaty for his home city.  Obama has taken a stronger stand on the Windy City’s candidacy than he has on, say, any particular health care provision or whether to send more troops to Afghanistan.  Even more important than Obama’s not having his priorities straight is his obvious, calculated presumption that because the world loves him so much, it would be the diplomatic equivalent of kicking us out of the UN not to award Chicago the Olympics after his in-person plea.

(2)    Billions of dollars’ worth of building contracts and infrastructure development would be required in a city known for construction payback schemes, money laundering, insider dealing, gang activity, an overloaded transit system, and general public corruption, incompetence, inefficiency, and interruption of service.

(3)    Numerous Obama cronies own property near Washington Park, the proposed stadium site, and would profit from the games being held there.

(4)    No one actually wants to be in Chicago in the summer—or any time of the year, for that matter, except for about three hours in late spring.  Dozens of Chicago residents die heat-related deaths every summer, and they’re not even competing in decathlons.

(5)    Everyone wants to be in Rio, any time of the year.

(6)    In fact, everyone wants to visit South America, and Rio would be only the first city on the entire continent to have ever hosted the Games.

(7)    If the Olympics absolutely have to be in Chi-town, why not the Winter Olympics, a much smaller and less disruptive affair than the Summer Olympics, and one that suits the city’s climate?

(8)    Chicagoans have been clamoring since spring to not have the Olympics in their home city.  This is the first campaign I know of in which the best case for the games to be held in one city (Rio) is being made by residents of another city (Chicago).  Following the procedures of standard Chicago thug-style machine politics, the Chicago Olympic Committee recently ordered a local Fox affiliate not to rerun a segment airing interviews with numerous Chicagoans who told reporters to “Take it to Rio!” and to hold the event “Anywhere but here!”

(9)    The website “Chicagoans for Rio 2016” posts numerous fun and horrifying facts about the travails suffered by past Olympic host cities, such as the following: (a) Montreal took 30 years to pay off its Olympics-related debts from 1976; (b) 21 out of 22 stadiums and arenas built for the Athens games just five years ago are currently unused; and (c) Barcelona actually became a slightly less cool city for having once hosted the games.

(10)    An average of 5-10 or more crimes a day are reported in Washington Park alone, including assault, battery, burglary, motor vehicle theft, robbery, and sex offenses.  Chicago was the murder capital of the country in 2008 with 510 victims.  The Chicago Police Department doesn’t even publicly report the incidence of rape, which should tell you something.

(11)    The Chicago 2016 website advertises that it would host a “Blue-Green” event, meaning the following: “low-carbon Games” with energy-efficient technology, reduced water usage, recycling of 85% of tournament materials, and “sustainability.”  As an afterthought, “showers for athletes” was added to the budget for the games.

(12)    Chicago’s city deficit stands at almost a quarter of a billion dollars.  Beijing had an estimated $26 billion dollar overrun for its 2008 games.  Athens’ was $17 billion in 2004.  London estimates a $9 billion overrun in 2012.  Yet Chicago’s 2016 website boasts that its budget includes a piddly “$450 million contingency to cover unforeseen costs.”  Quick—complete this analogy: Chicago : Olympics :: Obama : _____.  (And I swore I wasn’t going to write about health care this week!)

(13)    Each host city tries to top the previous host city in sheer spectacle, bombast, and expense.  Beijing spent $42 billion in 2008.  Hmm… are there are any stimulus funds left over for “shovel-ready” projects like building unwanted stadiums in Chicago?

(14)    Rio de Janeiro means “River of January.”  Chicago derives from a Native American word for “wild onion.”

(15)    Chicagoans for Rio puts the two leading contender cities head-to-head in a number of categories, and the winner is clear every time: nicknames (The Marvelous City vs. The Second City), beaches (Copacabana, Ipanema vs. 63rd St., Calumet), histories (capital of the Portuguese empire vs. rail yard), statues (Christ standing vs. Lincoln sitting), signature events (naked people dancing vs. chubby people eating).

And most damningly:

(16)    Michelle Obama said in her Copenhagen speech this week that holding the Olympics in Chicago might inspire another child there to become the next… Barack Obama.

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Scott Spiegel is the editor of ScottSpiegel.com

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Democrats Demand Sartorial Handicap in Health Care Reform Debate

Posted on 10 April 2011 by Editor

Originally posted 2009-08-11 21:21:37. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Scott-Spiegelby Scott Spiegel
August 8, 2009

Senator Barbara Boxer recently declared that, before the current round of town hall meetings on health care reform, the last time she had seen such suspiciously well-dressed protestors was during the 2000 Florida election recount. Well, yes—until Obama’s presidency, that’s the last time Republicans showed up en masse to get really angry about something; screaming and chanting are political tactics more naturally suited to the left.

As for the couture angle—here’s a newsflash for Boxer: Republicans have higher standards than Democrats. A typical left-wing protest involves twenty-somethings in ratty T-shirts and shredded jeans breaking windows at a local Starbucks during the midmorning rush.

The typical right-wing protest—invariably held in the evening, since attendees have jobs in the daytime—involves adults who dress as though they would like to elevate community standards, not degrade them. Participants address their concerns directly to those in power, such as legislators, rather than assailing defenseless third parties, such as coffee franchise employees. The fact that most conservative protestors come directly from work may explain why they wear suits and skirts; but apparently Senate Democrats believe opinions are valid only if expressed by people sporting “Kill Bush” buttons and Birkenstocks.

When Boxer and other Congressional Democrats realized that Americans don’t view “well-dressed” as an epithet, they moved in the opposite direction: they claimed that the protestors were scruffy rabble-rousers after all. House Leader Nancy Pelosi insisted that she had seen demonstrators “carrying swastikas and symbols like that to a town meeting on healthcare.” Translation: One protestor had a swastika with a slash through it, and others were displaying American flags and ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ banners—you know, symbols like swastikas.

Saddling protestors with the “brownshirt” label didn’t work, so Obama’s Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina warned Democrats who were planning town hall meetings, “If you get hit… punch back twice as hard.”

Evidently some representatives took this message literally: at a town hall meeting in Ohio, Representative Russ Carnahan hired union organizers to deny entry to citizens who looked as though they might oppose health care reform legislation, several of whom were promptly mauled by union thugs and sent to the hospital. Outside, black conservative Kenneth Gladney was racially slandered and physically attacked and sent to the emergency room by an unidentified opponent for handing out ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ flags. Protestors were also roughed up at a meeting held by Florida Representatives Kathy Castor and Betty Reed.

Naturally, Democratic Senate leader Harry Reid’s response to this onslaught of leftist violence and intimidation was… to blame Republicans for not minding their manners. Reid accused protesters of attempting to “sabotage” the process; he said, “These are nothing more than destructive efforts to interrupt a debate… They are doing this because they don’t have any better ideas.”

Well, yes, actually, we do have one or two, which you may not have heard, because we’ve only been ranting about them for the past, oh, two decades: malpractice tort reform, Medicare reform, health savings accounts, healthcare tax credits, vouchers for private insurance, and pay for performance. More generally, competition in the private market for health insurance, and individual autonomy regarding level and type of coverage and risk tolerance. Other than that, we’re flush out of ideas!

In an effort to quell dissatisfaction among constituents, Democrats in Congress finally decided to listen to town hall participants’ ideas and give thoughtful responses that address their concerns. Just kidding! The latest tactics being employed by congressmen across the nation are: (1) showing up at town hall meetings, reciting a few talking points, claiming the crowd is too boisterous when they open their mouths, and leaving; (2) announcing meetings at the last minute in the hope that no one will attend; and (3) holding “virtual” town hall meetings.

For example, Representative Kathy Castor’s spokeswoman defended Castor’s abbreviated appearance in Florida by stating, “We said all along our role was to come and give an update on the bill in Congress… [T]hat’s what we did.” And that’s what websites are for.

Michigan Representative John Dingell waited to announce last Thursday’s 6pm town hall meeting until Thursday morning. Word of mouth spread, however, and Dingell faced hundreds of constituents who were not impressed by his deceitful maneuver.

At least Castor and Dingell showed up in person; other congressmen, such as Representative Brian Baird of Washington, are planning virtual “meetings” with constituents. According to The Columbian, “If you happen to be sitting near a publicly listed Clark County telephone line on the right day at the right time, your phone will ring… [T]he exact date and time will be kept secret from the public… [A]n automated message will ask whether you have a question… Sitting at his own telephone at an as-yet-undisclosed location, Baird then will choose a name based on its location and the topic… After the call is over, the recording will be posted on his Web site.”

Baird helpfully notes that this system will allow for “a much better cross-section of the public”; by which he means “a cross-section of the public that is not knowledgeable or concerned enough to attend a town hall meeting.” Note to Baird: There’s a reason they’re called “town hall meetings,” not “prescreened anonymous secret one-way teleconference recordings.”

In the end, some congressmen have decided to simply give up on their constituents. New York Representative Tim Bishop chose to suspend town hall meetings in his district until late August—you know, when just everyone will be around—because he concluded that there was no point in facing an “unruly mob.” Senator Claire McCaskill similarly issued a last-minute cancellation of a scheduled event due to “safety” concerns.

In the same way that Democrats denigrate protestors who adhere to a “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service” standard, they have sunk to a new low: projecting their own party’s historic propensity for mob rule and violent agitprop onto frail, elderly grandparents in bowties and cardigans.


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Scott Spiegel is the editor of ScottSpiegel.com

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Hasan Lawyer Considers Twinkie Defense, “American Panic Defense”

Posted on 10 April 2011 by Editor

Originally posted 2009-11-11 22:47:34. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

A Moment of Silence for Fort Hood

Image by The U.S. Army via Flickr

by Scott Spiegel
November 11, 2009

The problem with hate crime legislation is that it creates special classes of minorities who receive greater protection from harassment via harsher penalties for their would-be assailants.  One upshot of this approach is that groups perceived as chronically threatened because of their identity are given greater benefit of the doubt in bias-motivated crimes they commit against other groups.

If there were ever a group that U.S. law should consider shielding through hate crime legislation, it is: Americans.  The U.S. should be uniquely interested in protecting its citizens against attacks for being residents of this country, in the same way it protects its citizens against foreign attacks and its soldiers against enemies on the battleground.

If there were ever a setting in which pro-American hate crime protections should be enforced, it is in the military.  American soldiers, more than any other group, actively display dedication to pro-American ideals.

If there were ever a cultural group in modern times that has demonstrated persistent, widespread hostility toward and willingness to engage in violent attacks against Americans, especially Americans in the military, it is radical Islamists.

Naturally, army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan, who adhered to extremist Islamist ideology, sought connections with Al Qaeda, and shouted “Allahu Akbar!” as he massacred 13 soldiers and wounded dozens at Fort Hood last week, is being portrayed by the mainstream media and the present administration as a guy who needs OSHA counseling.

Muslim apologists have been telling us to not jump to conclusions (except that the killings were caused by stress), that the murders weren’t related to Islam, that it’s “speculation” that the military ignored warning signs regarding Hasan.  We get clueless gems like this from the New York Times on Monday: “It is unclear what might have motivated Major Hasan.”  Wusses like Lindsey Graham don’t help by claiming that the murders were “not about his religion—the fact that this man was a Muslim.”  (Wait—isn’t that a conclusion?)  It takes a hawk like Joe Lieberman to initiate hearings into Hasan’s conduct and the military’s failure to eject him for anti-American actions in which he engaged for years.

In the interest of preventing future attacks, I propose that we learn from the following warning signs:

•    Hasan identified as an Islamic fundamentalist, advocated for Muslims to “rise up and attack Americans” in retaliation for war against Muslims abroad, and espoused anti-Semitic views.

•    Hasan rejoiced over the murder of an army recruiter in Arkansas in June by an American convert to Islam.  According to Colonel Terry Lee, who worked with Hasan at Fort Hood, after the attack Hasan helpfully suggested, “Maybe people should strap bombs on themselves and go to Times Square.”

•    In 2003 Sergeant Hasan Karim Akbar—another American convert—slaughtered two U.S. soldiers and wounded 14 more in a grenade and rifle attack on a base in Kuwait in retaliation for the war in Iraq.  (I wonder how Hasan felt about that?)

•    Classmates in Hasan’s master’s program complained of his anti-American views and his insistence that Sharia outweighs U.S. constitutional law.

•    Fellow psychiatrists reported that, at a Grand Rounds talk during his residency, Hasan lectured his audience on Koranic justice, including the proscription to behead nonbelievers and/or pour hot oil down their throats and set them on fire.  Hasan defended suicide bombers, a position he has taken in postings on jihad-themed websites.

•    Hassan called the war on terror a war on Islam and said that military service for the U.S. is incompatible with Muslim beliefs.  (He may be on to something!  About 0.6% of the country identifies as Muslim, compared to only 0.25% of the military.)  Hasan argued that Muslim soldiers should be exempted from combat due to their status as conscientious objectors.

•    At Fort Hood, Hasan received warnings from supervisors for attempting to convert his patients to Islam, though he maintains it was entirely their choice whether to receive castor oil or hot oil for their remedies.

•    The FBI had been investigating Hasan since 2008 and was aware he had sent dozens of e-mails to Al Qaeda spiritual leader Anwar al-Awlaki.  Hasan and his family attended the mosque in Falls Church, Virginia where al-Awlaki served as imam in the months leading up to September 11 and two of the 9/11 hijackers worshiped.

Even if Hasan’s admonitions to slaughter infidels were not evidence enough to convict him of some kind of crime, he should have been ruled unfit for his position by military officials.

Hate crime legislation has been justified as necessary due to specious defenses offered for crimes against minority groups, such as the claim by lawyers for Harvey Milk’s assassin that junk food contributed to his inability to control his actions, or the “homosexual panic defense” that some who feel threatened by advances from a gay person enter a state of irrationality that prompts them to murderously strike out.  Hate crime laws have also been offered to cover minority groups whom police might not adequately protect due to racial bias.  The solution to specious legal defenses and lapses in police enforcement is to treat members of all groups equally, not some better than others.

As a consequence of this inverted mentality, we are warned by our political leaders to ignore the cause of obviously jihad-motivated killing of U.S. soldiers and swallow spurious explanations for the massacre such as stress over anticipated deployment in Afghanistan or the inability of a trained psychiatrist to listen to stories from combat veterans.

The latest enlightened word, from Fort Hood base commander Lieutenant General Robert Cone, regarding the military’s plan to prevent future violence: “What we’re looking for is people with personal problems, not at all related to their religion—not at all.”

I hear the sugar rush from the Halloween candy civilians sent soldiers in care packages can lead them to do some crazy things.

Scott Spiegel writes for the ScottSpiegel.com blog
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The July 2010 CCC Blog Carnival

Posted on 08 August 2010 by Editor

Welcome to the July 2010 edition of the Naked Liberty Carnival of Conservative Conversations. As always, for our monthly Blog Carnival we select articles from a wide range of topics and expressing a broad range of opinions. This month is no exception.

Below you will find opinions, short editorials, commentaries and full articles on a variety of current topics. In addition to posting to our monthly Blog Carnival, we encourage you to submit your articles directly to our editor for possible posting on our site well in advance of the next carnival.

Please submit your articles, together with any specific attribution requirements and photograph by emailing our editor at editor@nakedliberty.com.

Scott Spiegel presents the following articles posted at Scott Spiegel,

Israel to U.S.: “You Are the Weakest Link!” saying, “The list of countries that have provided tacit support to Israel for its imminent launch of preemptive missile attacks on Iran’s nuclear weapons facilities now includes: Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Turkey, Egypt, and… not-the-United-States.”

Does Inquisitor Schumer Clandestinely Loathe Open-Speech Elections?, saying, “Since the clever acronym for Democrats’ new election fund accountability scheme is DISCLOSE, perhaps they could disclose for the American people the true intention of the bill and the consequences it will have on free speech and political advocacy during election cycles.”

Conservatives: 4½ Justices Good Enough For Us!, saying, “President Obama called arguments against Supreme Court Justice nominee Elena Kagan’s confirmation “pretty thin gruel.” That’s funny—I call no judicial experience and scant, conflicting legal theorizing in print “a short stack of hotcakes.”

Obama to Gulf Tarballs: “We Are Not Amused”, saying, “It’s no coincidence that the Tea Party movement is springing up now, 235 years after the original Boston Tea Party. Barack Obama is the closest thing this country has had to royalty since King George III. And I don’t mean that in a good way.”

Health Care Rationing: A Love Story, saying, “What kind of benevolent dictator would declare his love for Britain’s stingy, depressing, complicated, cold and arbitrary National Health Service by describing it as “generous, hopeful, confident, joyous and just”?”

Obama Schedules Beer Summit With Ben Jealous and Andrew Breitbart, saying, “The NAACP was once a pioneer in spearheading crucial and controversial civil rights work, culminating in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Since then, the NAACP has distinguished itself as a water carrier for every racist fringe element in society but the KKK.”

I Guess Tax Cuts Stimulate the Economy After All, saying, “Now that it’s become obvious to everyone except Paul Krugman that runaway government spending does not mystically create wealth, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has been caught admitting to the House Financial Services Committee last Thursday, 18 months after the stimulus bill failed, “Extending the Bush tax cuts will strengthen the economy.””

Pelosi Lauds “Most Ethical Congress in Herstory”, saying, “In 2006 Congressional Democrats campaigned on the conceit that Republicans were corrupt up to their coke-filled noses and incapable of governing so much as a taco stand, and that the country was yearning for a breath of fresh air from the party that brought us Gary Condit, William Jefferson, Cynthia McKinney, Jim McGreevey, John Murtha, Eliot Spitzer, and Eric Massa.”

Andrew Syrios presents the following articles posted at SwiftEconomics.com.

Nullification and Civil Disobedience

Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics: The Male-Female Wage Gap Myth

Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics: Income Stagnation

The BP Spill Has Been Capped… Now Cap and Trade? – Gulf Oil Spill – Global Warming – Barack Obama

Jason Hammond presents the following articles posted at FreeOrBound,

Washington Weakens Defense Posture Again saying, “Our spineless leaders in both parties think it is best to cut defense when we need it the most.”

Islam’s Jihad: War Against The West saying, “Our spineless leaders in both parties think it is best to cut defense when we need it the most.”

Another Tax Lie Revealed saying, “Yet another lie about what the Administration’s definition of a tax versus the American citizen.”

Approval of Kagan: Objection! saying, “Kagan is about the worst person to approve to our highest court.”

START Treaty Should Not Be Ratified saying, “This START Treaty is a farce and is not worthy of a Senate ratification.”

Izgad presents the following articles posted at Izgad,

Stanley Fish, Arizona and the Depoliticized Classroom saying, “I argue for the importance of a de-politicized classroom as a necessary ingredient of a peaceful societal discourse. At the same time, I see the necessity that a willingness to accept the legitimacy of the government and the Constitution as being likewise necessary and outside the issue of politics.”

De-Citizenship Trials in Practice: Tolerating Fred Phelps saying, “This post discusses the limits of free speech within the context of Fred Phelps of the Westboro Church.”

Mark Weaver presents the following articles posted at The RIGHT Opinions.

Governor Christie Telling it like it is?

Playing I-Spy with the gulf oil spill?

zxq9 presents the following article  posted at The Intellectual Wilderness,

The Intellectual Wilderness » Blog Archive » Largest Single American Policy Mistake I Have Witnessed saying, “Article is on a topic which is no longer at the boiling head of public discussion, but desperately needs to be examined in a non-emotional way. I explore the healthcare bill and some of its implications. I also reference an article about how populist effort in the interest of the “public good” forced me (and everyone else) to pull money out of my AIDSVax investment and collapse what could have been a major medical breakthrough. If this article is not quite what you are looking for I’ll just try you again later. Most of my writing is non-partisan and pragmatist, but that tends to stand in opposition to the current US and UK left.”

Aaron Dinsdale presents the following article posted at The Going Green Site!

The Incompatibility Of Going Green and Greed saying, “If there’s anything that the recent Gulf of Mexico oil disaster has taught me, it’s that many of the ideas and well founded goals of going green and becoming eco-friendly are simply out of reach for the world – at it’s current state of thinking. Pure simple economics are a testament to that fact. The world’s economic engine runs on greed at it’s core. Nations have been competing in this arena since the dawn of time, and now we’re finally facing the butcher’s bill. How?”

Paul Gable presents the following article posted at Paul Gable

The Spirit of the Declaration Will Prevail

Eric Napier presents the following article posted at EricNapier.com.

In Defense of Property Rights

Mark Graybill presents the following article posted at War Sporks

Proposition 8: Why is Government Defining Marriage?

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The October 2009 CCC Blog Carnival

Posted on 04 October 2009 by Editor

Welcome to the October 4, 2009 edition of the Carnival of Conservative Conversations.

As always, for our monthly Blog Carnival we select articles from a wide range of topics and expressing a broad range of opinions. This month is no exception. Below you will find opinions, short editorials, commentaries and full articles on such topics as the ongoing health care debate and how Singapore has dealt with their needs in this regard, the continued assertions by liberals that opposition to Obama’s policies is racially linked, illegal immigration, and other current topics.

In addition to posting to our monthly Blog Carnival, we encourage you to submit your articles directly to our editor for possible posting on our site well in advance of the next carnival. Please submit your articles, together with any specific attribution requirements and photograph by emailing our editor at editor@nakedliberty.com

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Chuck presents the following articles, posted at  posted at Straight Shooters.

Congress weighs landmark change in Web ad privacy

Another U.S. City Aiding Illegals

Tea Parties and Town Halls

Scott Spiegel presents the following articles,  posted at Scott Spiegel.

Pick a Reform, Any Reform

It Doesn’t Matter What This Column Says—You’ll Call It Racism Anyway

32 GOP Bills on the Wall

Everett presents the following articles,  posted at Honest Inquiry.

Is “end of life care” pro end of life?

Liberals are Elitists

Majority Whip Clyburn dismisses Constitution

smrtas1 presents the following articles, posted at Conservative Patriot HQ.

Another Lie Joe Wilson Missed in Obama’s Health Care Speech

Insurance Companies and The Profit Myth

Leah L Burton presents the following articles, posted at God’s Own Party.

Obama’s Speech? TOO Inspirational! Danger? Real Education versus ‘Edumucation’!

Ignorance Embarrasses America Once Again!

Wenchypoo presents:

Freedom is Not a Political System (L-O-N-G) posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket.

Dana presents:

On Obama’s “indoctrination” speech posted at Principled Discovery.

Olive Farmer presents:

Your Species Needs You……. posted at Olive Farmer, saying, “A rather large reality check?”

haavamaal presents:

ACORN BUSTED!! Good thing Obama was never associated with them. Oops! posted at The Texas Patriot.

Joe Garecht presents:

The Secrets of Being a Political Entrepreneur posted at Local Victory – Your Guide to Winning Elections, saying, “This is a motivational article we recently published calling on everyone who wants to get something done in politics to be a “political entrepreneur” — that is, to get up and get it done.”

Aiych presents:

What Will I Do For America? posted at Letters of Republic, saying, “Hold on to your panty hose booooyyyyyyysssss….. it’s a girl and I’m going to figure out how to share the wisdom of Natural Law (but must first understand it) and we have to turn this around……right…..no worries about the external…..lets just move ourselves individually to be better. That will work.”

Andrew Syrios presents:

Healthcare Reform: The Public Option or the Singapore Model | SwiftEconomics.com posted at SwiftEconomics.com, saying, “A better solution to healthcare that no one is talking about.”

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