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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Well, we can’t let people die in ER’s, can we?

We can’t let people die, illegals, poor Americans or otherwise; however, “Who will pay for it” is now the battle cry for the Obama administration. [note that there is no question mark as it is a statement]

We remain a foolish, wasteful society, in our lives and in our government spending. Just the amounts we have spent on wars and overseas ventures could have been used to rebuild our infrastructures and health systems.

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Exercise is Important

Physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health. It is performed for many different reasons which you can see from some exercise videos These include strengthening muscles and the cardiovascular system, honing athletic skills, weight loss or maintenance and for enjoyment.

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Cow belches & farts exempt from EPA regs

One contributor to global warming — bigger than coal mines, landfills and sewage treatment plants — is being left out of efforts by the Obama administration and House Democrats to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

Cow burps and farts.

Belching from the nation’s 170 million cattle, sheep and pigs produces about one-quarter of the methane released in the U.S. each year, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. That makes the hoofed critters the largest source of the heat-trapping gas.

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Exports to Iran rise during Obama’s watch

Iran spent nearly twice as much on U.S. imports during President Barack Obama’s first months in office as it did during the same period in 2008, showing that despite trade penalties and tense relations, the two countries are still doing business.

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Drug firms cut secret deal with Obama, Congress

The pharmaceutical industry agreed Saturday to spend $80 billion over the next decade improving drug benefits for seniors on Medicare and defraying the cost of President Barack Obama’s health care legislation, capping secretive negotiations involving key lawmakers and the White House.

"This new coverage means affordable prices on prescription drugs when Medicare benefits don’t cover the cost of prescriptions," Sen. Max Baucus, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said in a statement announcing the accord.

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Obama delays release of torture report

The Obama administration is delaying by a week its release of an internal CIA report on the agency’s Bush-era secret detention and interrogation program.

The roughly 150-page report was expected to be released Friday, but a CIA spokesman said government officials were still poring through the documents.

"We continue to review the document to see what additional material can be released in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act," said CIA spokesman George Little.

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