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BOTTOM LINE: AMERICAN MEDICAL IS A CRIMINAL SYSTEM. THERE IS NO CONCEIVABLE EXCUSE FOR IT. IT IS A MASSIVE EXTORTION RACKET. THEY TAKE PEOPLE IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS THAT ARE CHEAP TO FIX, AND DESTROY THEM. …
The criminal racket HAS TO STOP. IF TRUMP WANTS TO ADDRESS THE REAL MEDICAL PROBLEM AMERICA HAS, HE HAS TO OPENLY STATE THAT THE ENTIRE SYSTEM IS A FILTHY ROTTEN CRIMINAL EXTORTION RACKET FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, AND BEGIN CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS.
 
NO OBAMACARE. NO RYANCARE. Simply TOTALLY de-regulate medical, do the proper jailings and let competition do it’s job. THAT is the real health care fix.
BOTTOM LINE: MEDICAL REFORM IN AMERICA EQUALS ENFORCEMENT OF ETHICS LAWS AND LITTLE ELSE. If this is not done, the problem will not be fixed AT ALL no matter what “Trump dream care” ends up being. –

See more at: https://www.henrymakow.com/2017/03/US-health-care-dilemma.html#sthash.n09SNqq9.zQ794LBU.dpuf

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‘Fake news is simply a new, Trump-popularized descriptive for media lying that occurs in 2 basic forms, lying by omission and lying by commission. Lying by omission is far, far worse than lying by commission because the latter can at least admit refutation and public debate.

Western Mainstream media impose a huge burden of fake news on Western societies through entrenched and pervasive lying by omission. Indeed the most egregious and pervasive Mainstream media lie of omission is suppression of reportage of such lying by omission. The unimpeded, remorseless, corporate-dominated Mainstream media, politicians and pliant intellectuals are now going further, and variously threatening residual effective free speech and Alternative media on the basis of asserted fake news.’

Read more: Mainstream Media: Fake News Through Lying by Omission

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The Last time automakers tried this was in 2009!

In a few days, automakers are going to report their new vehicle deliveries for March. TrueCar, Kelley Blue Book, and LMC Automotive are predicting total vehicle sales slightly above the flat-line compared to March a year ago, though sales were down year-over-year in both January and February.

TrueCar forecasts an increase of 0.2% year-over-year to 1.586 million new cars and light trucks, with retail deliveries (excluding fleet sales) growing 1% to 1.276 million units. J.D. Power and LMC Automotive said on Friday that they expect an increase of 1.9%, to 1.62 million units, with retails sales up 1%, boosted by record incentives.

If sales nevertheless fall, everyone will blame the winter storm that arrived in the winter – “unexpectedly” or something. And it is possible that sales might fall. There was no winter storm in February, which was one of the warmest Februaries on record. Yet, sales in February fell 1.1% year-over year. They edged down in January too. And sales in both months combined fell 1.4% from the same period a year ago.

MORE HERE

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