What's all the healthcare hubbub about? Unless I miss understood, we placed a .09% tax on 1% (3,180,000 people) to extend healthcare to 30 million Americans (10% of the population). : politics. Also, the Heritage Foundation claims the health care legislation will lower economic growth by $706 billion.
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And there's one thing everyone should agree on: America just isn't working right now. It's not just Americans who aren't working. It's America itself, a country whose economy once worked for almost everyone, not just the rich. HERE'S WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE ECONOMY... (And How To Fix It) The United States is in a very tough spot, economically and politically.
The 25-year debt-fueled boom of 1982-2007 has ended, and it has left the country with a stagnant economy, massive debts, high unemployment, huge wealth inequality, an enormous budget deficit, and a sense of entitlement engendered by a half-century of prosperity. After decades of instant gratification, Americans have also come to believe that all problems can be solved instantly, if only the right leaders are put in charge and the right decisions are made. And so our government has devolved into a permanent election campaign, in which incumbents blame each other for the current mess, and challengers promise change. The trouble is that our current problems cannot be solved with a simple fix. They also cannot be solved quickly. f30CH.jpg (581×5559) Death Statistics. There was an interesting post on Reddit a couple of days ago:
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Created May 2011 Never heard of this, city getting murderous — Road trip! American student joins rebels in fight for Qaddafi stronghold. Chris Jeon calls home The 'dude with the AK47' rings his family from Libya to tell them he's OK: Full story here For more from The National on the struggle to control Libya, click here AN NAWFALIYAH, LIBYA // At the centre of a circle of cheering rebel soldiers near Colonel Muammar Qaddafi's hometown this week stood an improbable figure who gives new meaning to the term "road trip".
Chris Jeon, a 21-year-old university student from Los Angeles, California,shrugging cooly, declared: "It is the end of my summer vacation, so I thought it would be cool to join the rebels. Awesome Dialog from Malcolm In the Middle.. Browse your computer drag and drop here Ctrl + V paste from your clipboard. MpQA0.jpg (659×29999) Duncanconstruction comments on Reddit I am a professing Christian but I have my doubts, please give me questions to ask my pastor. You posted two replies to my comment, so I'll combine both responses into one, to avoid an artificially branched discussion. The future can be impacted through our exertion of will in the now. 21041928.jpg (400×400) Banned by the Bible. Here’s chapter and verse on a more-or-less comprehensive list of things banned in the Leviticus book of the bible.
A decent number of them are punishable by death. Unless you’ve never done any of them (and 54 to 56 are particularly tricky), perhaps it’s time to lay off quoting 18:22 for a while? 1. Burning any yeast or honey in offerings to God (2:11) 2. 3. Dreadgoat comments on Reddit, what is the most powerful image you have ever seen? You can see your comment score, but everyone else's score is hidden. Click to find out more. The current delay is -- 60 -- minutes Use a [Serious] post tag to designate your post as a serious, on-topic-only thread. [Learn More] What is the most powerful image you have ever seen? : AskReddit. 30 Best Quotes in Pictures of the Week - May 05th to May 12th, 2012. 1. ”Put your hand on a hot stove for a minute, and it seems like an hour…..” – Albert Einstein. - StumbleUpon. Why Do Conservatives Hate Freedom?
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Allegory of the Cave. Plato realizes that the general run of humankind can think, and speak, etc., without (so far as they acknowledge) any awareness of his realm of Forms. The allegory of the cave is supposed to explain this. In the allegory, Plato likens people untutored in the Theory of Forms to prisoners chained in a cave, unable to turn their heads. All they can see is the wall of the cave. Timeline of Failed Predictions (Part 1) What I especially love about bad predictions and prophets of doom is that they both highlight the danger of extrapolating from a single trend or from seeing the world with a single lens. In other words they use critically false assumptions.