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Members of Congress have awarded themselves great health care. The Office of the Attending Physician entitles them to great socialized health care, compliments of the United States Navy while they focus on limiting or eliminating the liability of their constituents.

We spend about twice as much for healthcare as other Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) nations. Imagine how much better our lives would be if we could save $1.5 Trillion? (About $4,500 / person.)Â Current job creating infrastructure bills are estimated to cost One Trillion Dollars, much of it to be paid for by tolls and fees. (Effective tax increases for the working poor and retirees.)Â

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