In the discussion thread: Ron Paul Compares Social Security & Medicare To Slavery [View all]
Response to ProSense (Original post)
Mon Jan 2, 2012, 02:15 PM
AlwaysQuestion (442 posts)
21. Moronic at best
Ohmygawd, is this character for real?! He's one of the biggest coffer feeders at the top of the food chain. Who pays for his medical coverage? The tax payer. Moreover, the tax payer provides him with the best of the best all in a "no_wait" zone. And his rather large paycheque and rather extensive perks?--all decided on by the elected cats themselves. If that's not a conflict of interest and feeding from the top, I'll dine on my shoes tonight.
That notwithstanding, the strength of any nation is predicated on its peoples being strong and healthy. Unfortunately, congress has duplicitlously permitted industry to mess with our food supply (GMO, toxic sprays, irradiation, transfats, BPA lined cans), introduce toxins into any number of everyday products (plastics immediately come to mind; TV sets; building supplies; etc.); to dump all manner of toxins into the water, soil and air. But when people become ill as a result of foul legislation and require medical attention, sorry, NOT COVERED--You're on your own. We members of Congress don't work for the rank and file--it's a one-way system, idjuts. We takes yer money--well, of course--but making certain that you benefit from those monies is, we think, more than a tad counterproductive for us. More even, it's unconstitutional. Of course it is, Ron!! Sheesh.
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