Investment by GM, Chrysler give Toledo big lift
This town that has been churning out Jeeps since World War II, watching its fortunes rise and fall with the well-being of Detroit's automakers, is now finding itself in an enviable position within the car industry.Full Story
#1 Dec 8, 2011
5. Occupy the Insurance Man.
It's time to not only stand up for the 50 million without health insurance but to also issue a single, simple demand :
The elimination of for-profit, privately-controlled health insurance companies. It is nothing short of barbaric to allow businesses to make a profit off people when they get sick.
We don't allow anyone to make a profit when we need the fire department or the police.
Until recently we would never allow a company to make a profit by operating in a public school. The same should be true for when you need to see a doctor or stay in the hospital.
So I say it's long overdue for us to go and Occupy Humana, United Health, Cigna and even the supposed "nonprofit" Blue Crosses. An action on their lawns, in their lobbies, or at the for-profit hospitals -- this is what is needed ...
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