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.... meanwhile, we'll use the time to inundate the media with spin, spin, spin.
Is being about to buy a cup of coffee with your cell phone really progress?
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Supreme Court Saved the Near Poor

Lorianne Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 9:03 AM
Bye-Bye Medicaid Asset Test http://theincidentaleconomist.com/wordpress/bye-bye-medicaid-asset-test/
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Supreme Court Saved the Near Poor

Lorianne Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 8:59 AM
Thank you for this article. I've been trying to tell people about this (as far as I understood it) for weeks now but no one will listen, partly because it is so convoluted. But I didn't understand all the repercussions to the SC ruling. Heck, I had no idea that they were counting on at least HALF of the so-called "newly insured" to be new enrolless to Medicaid. I guess we are finding out what is in it.
Because the end game is (and always has been) mandatory sterilization of women. This is not new. Look at the massive and very popular eugenics movement at the first half of the last century. It was women who were specifically targeted. The reason they target women is that they believe women to be generally more compliant and easier physically to control. This is why women need to arm themselves and get trained and ready.
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