Third parties. Principled Moderates. Terrorists that just happen to be Muslim. Bono, Sting, and Torts.
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Re: George Neumayr’s Thin Reids:
I have noticed that the actual costs of this plan according to Harry Reid, have been forgetting in the heat of whether or not to have a “public option”, by any name! What a ruse, almost as if we have accepted that there is a need for this turkey, damn the torpedoes. I can say, as a physician, who has worked both in the private and government sectors (US Navy), that those who have “free” coverage, will flood the system, leading to more expenditures, less care for those who really need it and more expensive for all!
Health care is available for all currently. I know as one who has
been to the ER countless times to take care of an uninsured
person, receiving NO compensation, and then subject to lawsuit,
if the guy doesn’t like the scars he caused by driving drunk and
crashing his car! Funny isn’t it, how attorneys are not liable
for mistakes in judgment, ever, while doctors are expected to
have complete control over the healing processes inpatients
entirely out of their control. Tort reform will eliminate much of
the waste and fraud perpetrated by the plaintiff bar.
— Robert Mandraccia MD
The launch by Nancy Pelosi and her fellow liberals and leftists of their 1,990-page-that’s approximately four reams of paper- “entitlement reform” package today puts a unique twist to the phrase “getting reamed.”
With the lies and illusions from desperate Reid and his out-of-touch colleagues, as well as Obama, though, perhaps they all will learn politically what that’ll mean to them, if they’re foolish enough to pass and then sign such legislation.
Should they, surely lawsuits will occur. As I heard someone on
the radio say tonight, our only hope then may be the Supreme
Court, which could be the only firewall still standing between us
and these leftists and their arrogant madness.
— C. Kenna Amos Jr.
Re: William Tucker’s Unscientific American:
Well done a good read.
Only one thing, The Silex laser enrichment is being developed by GE, I think.
I agree this will be a real turning point for the nuclear industry.
I think it is worth an article on its own!!
May be something to report on?
I bet people would love to know a little more about it.
PAST THE ACRIMONY
Re: Quin Hillyer’s In Defense of Principled Moderates:
I like it. We need to get past the acrimony. That said, if the
other side won’t play ball NUKE-EM!!