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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

Especially states with Conservatives Governors like Michigan.....

 

To your point....

 

Study links Flint water crisis to lower fertility, higher infant death rates


As a life long Michigander, I have watched the state crumble since a republican takeover in the 80's. We had one Dem goernor in that time, and her Republican predessor used executive privilege to enact MASSIVE tax cuts after she was elected  and leave her in a deficiet situation, with a republican congress that complied. . Im not suprised at anything that goes awry and screws the public in what was once the state with the highest average pay. The state that had the BEST environmental laws. no longer a first tier state to live in.By the way..the republicans here follow the DEVOS education plan too.

So it begins.
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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

Especially states with Conservatives Governors like Michigan.....

 

To your point....

 

Study links Flint water crisis to lower fertility, higher infant death rates


Well, now........thereyago!   'Those guys' just figured out a new way to reduce the overall population, donchasee?  No abortion, no birth control, no abstinence, no infringement on personal 'belief'....well, people do seem to 'believe' their 'government' should do something so the water they HAVE to drink is potable....there is that. Worst thing about it.... it's your 'own' people that get reduced and everyone knows it's the 'others' that 'need to go'. What the hey....we have wars for that, now don't we?  

 

So anyway...., I've heard it said,"....we all have to sacrifice a little to get a lot".  I guess that might be so too.  Those do seem to be the first to go.....no matter.

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Especially states with Conservatives Governors like Michigan.....

 

To your point....

 

Study links Flint water crisis to lower fertility, higher infant death rates


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Sure lets turn the Healthcare of every US Citizen over to the same people who are letting our infrastructure crumble and kill people because Politicians don't want to increase taxes and hurt their re-election chances.............................the States will just outsource Healthcare Administration to Private Companies just like they do with Prisons & Your Municipal Water Supply

 

1. Municipal Water Contaminated - can you say Flint Michigan

 

2. Water Contaminated - can you say the entire San Joaquin Valley - where 200,000 Californians can't depend on their municipal water system

 

How many people actually think the Elected Officials in their own States are going to force Health Insurance Companies to cover pre-exisiting conditions and increase costs and then the Elected Officials are going to increase everyones taxes to offset increases so they can provide low income patients with subsidies......................

 

If this newest iteration of Trumpcare passes - people are going to die and my biggest hope is some are concerned enough to create and publish a Daily Register updating how many Americans have died because they could not afford Healthcare or could not afford their medications...................

 

 

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