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Ukrainian sisters get adopted by angels. They are very touching, the girls and their folks. How can there be that much goodness in this family? They knew what they had to do and did it. Altruism is rewarding, in spite of what Paul Ryan thinks.

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Um, so the Ukrainians would have thrown her out onto the streets, if she hadn't been adopted? Apparently, yes. And I thought we had a heartless system of foster care. But at least our government tries.

It's beyond tragic for children without families, across the world: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Street_children

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jeanmichel-giraud/americas-homeless-childre_b_4310821.html

I can't help wondering what's going to happen to these two girls, once they enter school. American children are not known for their sensitivity.

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The Washington Post Reveals Cracks in Healthcare

Thom plus logo The sales pitch by so-called "moderate Democrats" and Republicans who take money from the insurance companies is that people "don't want to get kicked off their existing employer-provided health insurance plans." But workers don't make the choice of plans, their employers do.
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