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Re: “GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED TENNCARE SOLUTION

i got an idea lets stop the war in iraq and quite spending all them billions of dollars on some other country tring to fix it all back up over there for them after we went ove there and blew it all up heres another idea since we have all theses meds that tencare is having to pay for that cost so much why dont we just open a place here in tennessee and make it ourselfs that way we wouldnt have to be ripped off by theses big corps that are charging five times what its worth hey heres another idea since we done spent all that well least thats what you all say is where all that moneys going on the school system what is it like over 300 billion on the schools in tennessee im sure that built a lot of schools but i aint seen none of them so instead of spending all that money from the lottery on schools lets help the people that need health care and lets quite wasting money on shit like the pyrmid like the one in memphis and while were at it im sure there is plent of waste going on right there in your backyard right there in nashville tenn as well just as the rest of the state did you know that say like 20 feet of guard rail cost more than 5,000 dollars aint that kind of high and who gets the money for for all this tenncare health care stuff why is it that a doctor can charge so much for nothing but an office visit when half the time a doctor dont even see you you go in to get a scripfor you meds and you got to pay them 50 to 100 dollars for them to write it there are doctors lawyers and many other folks that cant do the job they are supposed to do doctors have tenncare folks paying for a bunch of stuff that is not needed its just a plum shame that so many people make there living from other peoples problems and these same people just compound that problem by making it cost so dam much that the big house as you were talking about cant handle it so theses people have to just suffer if the goverment wants to fight a war then send bush over there let him go do the fighting why send our kids to do somebody elses dirt the war is right here in america we all need health care and then if that aint bad enough we let them come from other countrys over here and put them on our system they come to america and start drawing a check so they to can sit home and watch tv all day and they aint never done squat to earn it nothing we need some more people in the head office that cares about the people and not people over seas somewhere we need a president that runs this country not some other country we are pouring money over there faster than we can make it while our people over here go without i know folks that dont have food or the money to buy any and there to sick to work a lot of them homeless no one can work a job everyday and go home under the bridge cant go t work cause there sick and cant hardly make it through the dayi could take what the goverment spends on one war ship and one jet fighter and feed all the hungry and homeless people in memphis tenn for over a year and surrounding area of this city im like you we need to do something we need to tell bush enoughs enoughs it time to cut that war spending over there and let them people be just leave them alone we aint gonna change nothing over there all a while our own people over here are starving and living on the streets most of you people up there wouldnt know anything bout all that cause you aint never been there we need some people to run our goverment and not some other countrys goverment the war is here in our streets

Posted by john lemay on 01/30/2007 at 6:59 PM
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