One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.


Is the US government working to pass health care “reform,” written with substantial input from lobbyists who channeled tens of millions of contributions, by a committee chairman who doesn't understand it, by a Congress that exempts itself from it, and by a president that made an undisclosed agreement with the pharmaceutical industry to prevent generic competition and price negotiation?

When spider webs unite,

they can tie up a lion.


Ethiopian proverb

Why wouldn’t the healthcare industry’s position

as a top political campaign contributor, correlate to subsidized healthcare

being one of the government’s largest expenditures

 and if not, why does the healthcare industry contribute so much

to those who would reduce profits?


Does America’s healthcare industry maintain high profit margins

by providing superior care and/or medicine,

or by financing the political process with profits provided by patients?

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