Moving to U.S. can be harmful to your...

Moving to U.S. can be harmful to your health

There are 2 comments on the Star Tribune story from May 19, 2013, titled Moving to U.S. can be harmful to your health. In it, Star Tribune reports that:

Esther Angeles, 41, who developed diabetes after moving to the United States, ate lunch with her daughter, Johanna Marisol Gomez, 7, in Brownsville, Texas.

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Pleasant Grove, UT

#1 May 19, 2013
They're just making sure they get free diabetes hospitals and clinic's lined for the newly amnestied ones. They get the ducks in order, don't they. Arias the author, I'm sure, Hispanic, is counting on these new figures to open and push an agenda for free clinic's to provide health care. If living in this country is unhealthy, and causes health problems. They can go back and leave us without paying for their healthcare!!!!!Please...don't stay here and complain. Go home, and eat your beans and cactus.. Pleeeeze!!!
The Great Iron Dictator

Podgorica, Montenegro

#2 May 19, 2013
Moving to North Korea would be much better.
Marxism works = Berlin Wall....

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