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Jayemal 5 years 8 weeks ago
#1

Don't waste time with Breibart guy. Your session with him today 4/25/17 made health care and tax policy a big joke. Hey, these policies actually affect people's lives and deaths.

HIs answers are largesse from the wealthy, charity, etc. His example of Catholic sisters running hospitals is from another century. Nuns provided close to free labor, those days are gone. He had nothing to offer.

I was offended by the rube and hayseed comments. Keeping the divides alive is bad and keeping the divide between urban and rural people is as bad as the poor white/black divide. Helps the big money folks, keeps the rest of us "at each other" instead of directing our energies towards the the power elite, who just keep on running things to their advantage.

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