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THE VULTURES ARE STILL AT WORK

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I personally prefer the term scum sucking leeches for these people. 
 

Considering the number of uninsured and underinsured people out there, the UNaffordable Care Act and the number of people losing benefits due to layoffs and flat out firings, the medical collections and bankruptcy pools are going to explode. If the Fed really wants to help people, it would look at this as well. Won’t happen. 
 

I spoke to my attorney last week, gave instructions and revised all my documents to include Covid19. Let me die if I get it and end up in the hospital. I’m too old to have to start over again. There’s one for their “sacrifice list”. 

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I am a nonagenarian but would prefer to keep on going on, however I have made sure that if I believe I will become incapacitated for ANY reason I will make sure I don't wind up in either a hospital or nursing home. Meanwhile I am in "solitary confinement".

 

" scum sucking leeches" is one of the many appropriate  terms for  CAs (and their current governmental enablers)

 

 

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