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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Why We Need Government-Run Universal Socialized Health care


Subject: Why We Need Government-Run Universal Socialized Health care



Socialism is when the general public owns something all together, and we pay some tax money to the government to run it for us. Not at a profit, but just to break even. Our public streets, sidewalks, and roads, are socialized. They belong to all of us, and we have the government doing the maintenance. So is the Public Library

Medicare, Medicaid, and the Veterans Administration are all examples of Socialized Medicine. They don't cost us anything, like they would, if they were Privatized

This country was set up with the People being the Sovereigns and our government being our vassal. The government is our property. We have the right and the duty to make our government work for us. Government corruption is when Corporations buy influence and politicians through their Special Interest groups, and lobbying firms, to steal what belongs to us

Corporations do not care about people. They don't even care much about their employees. They only care about their profits, and their Investors. Mussolini said that Fascism ought to be called Corporatism, because it is the consolidation of Corporate and State power. Since Mussolini was a Fascist, I figure he knew what Fascism really was.

So the question is, will we allow the Corporations to usurpt control of our government, or will we take back what belongs to us?

Let Them Eat Art

nanc

Why We Need Government-Run Universal Socialized Health Insurance






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