?

Log in

No account? Create an account

Предыдущий пост Поделиться Следующий пост
Наш Мексиканский залив! Нефтяная катастрофа под Новосибирском!
dgudkov
Только Транснефть - не BP!
Нахожусь в Новосибирске. Узнал, что 2,5 года люди живут на нефтяном поле.








  • 1

kamagra next day delivery

(Анонимно)
When it comes to affordable, effective health care reform in America, there's only one question that really needs to be asked right now: What works?
In other words, [url=http://www.archive.org/details/LarondaQuitugua]kamagra next day delivery[/url] what works to [url=http://www.archive.org/details/NydiaTrevithick]levaquin[/url] keep people healthy? What's affordable, safe and supports the long-term health of the population? What's [url=http://www.archive.org/details/CleliaJuliano]acheter du viagra[/url] available right now that can help people get healthy and remain healthy?
Those answers aren't difficult. [url=http://www.archive.org/details/TamathaList]propecia effetti[/url] They're found, in fact, in the fresh produce section [url=http://www.archive.org/details/AleaseGossling]priligy funziona[/url] of every grocery store in America, and even more answers are found in the [url=http://www.archive.org/details/HaroldKhim]kamagra next day delivery[/url] dietary supplement sections of health food stores. In America today, we don't have a lack of good answers to the current health care crisis; what we have is [url=http://www.archive.org/details/LudivinaBlandino]kamagra cheapest[/url] too many people asking the wrong questions!
Instead of asking, "What works?" we have health care reform lobbyists and pharmaceutical pushers putting their efforts into a completely different question: "What's profitable?"
The entire health care reform conversation taking place today is based around that question: What's profitable? How can we make the most money by requiring the most people to participate in our profit-making system? That's the real reason behind mandatory health insurance requirements, by the way.
But what if we threw out everything we think we know about health care right now and started from scratch? Toss out the current complex system of failed treatments, failed insurance plans and the monopolistic practices that dominate western today. What if we started with a blank slate?

  • 1