Friday, 5/27/16, Public Square

A veteran is someone who, at one point in their life, wrote a blank check made payable to The United States of America for an amount up to and including their life. Thank you!

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4 responses to “Friday, 5/27/16, Public Square

  1. indypendent

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/tight-clinton-trump-polls-have-skeptics-pollsters/ar-BBtyYOx?ocid=spartandhp

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    This article seems to think Clinton is ahead by 7 points. Is the tightening of the race really due to the Republicans vote coalescing around Trump. Or is it the media gets more ratings by pushing this neck-and-neck polling between Clinton and Trump.

    I’m not sure – but one sure bet – it’s going to be a long, long summer..

  2. indypendent

    I totally agree with the graphic header today. Isn’t it a shame our true heroes – the ordinary men and women – that volunteer their services and their life to the protection of our country are treated like nothing more than photo ops during the election campaigns.

    I was reading an article about the Navy being corrupted by Fat Leonard. I’ll try to find it again and post it.

    • indypendent

      http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/the-man-who-seduced-the-7th-fleet/ar-BBtyq9f?ocid=spartandhp

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      This is nothing new – we’re all adults here.

      But just change the Navy to Medicare and the same things are going on there. The government is spending a lot of money on things that have nothing to do with delivering actual health care.

      And let’s not forget – it was the Republicans that voted against allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices when GWB pushed that unfunded Medicare Drug Program through Congress – remember?

      Hmmm…..there is a good reason why the Catholics bought up the majority of health care providers right before Obamacare kicked in – and Medicare has always been very profitable.

      • indypendent

        correction: Navy to Healthcare – IMHO, our entire Health Care system is in need of radical changes.