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The working assumption behind the plan was that a government-managed “single-payer” plan could deliver health services to the entire nation more efficiently than the current decentralized system with its thousands of insurers and disconnected providers. As finally delivered to Congress in September 1993, however, the plan mirrored the complexity of its subject. Most Republicans and some Democrats criticized it as a hopelessly elaborate federal takeover of American medicine. After a year of discussion, it died without a vote in Congress. learnnc.org/lp/editions/nchist-recent/6189
originally posted by: Tempter
originally posted by: verschickter
Easy woven people fear what they don´t understand. This thread is the best example.
What is there to understand? Masonry is just another form of control, much like religion.
Do you really believe that Masons seek to better others with rituals of esoteric knowledge?
If they REALLY believed that they wouldn't be so secret about these things which can help people.
The secrecy exists only draw initiates to their club.
Every Mason might as well be a Scientologist as far as I'm concerned.
originally posted by: bloodymarvelous
However I am curious: since when were the Masons Communists? The OP's manifesto mentions equality of property and roles.
The Manifesto Of The Lodge P1
He is the narcosantón, or the patron saint of drug traffickers.
The bandit is based off a Mexican man named Jesús Juarez Mazo who was born in 1870 near the Sinaloa capital of Culiacán. He lived a clean life until the death of his parents. Then things changed. Mazo became a world-class thief. He stole from the rich and gave back to his fellow citizens, and at least according to version, only was captured by the governor after a betrayal. chron.com/crime/article/Meet-Jesus-Malverde-the-patron-saint-of-Mexico-s-6483188.php