But even if they think they have information, which they do not, (not knowing their right hand from their left, THE people cannot distinguish between information and opinion) they would have no place from to and in which to speak.
Blog and twit till you're blue in the face -- people -- not THE people, nothing of platform about it (the platform, cause of our ingesting your stately prairie dog antics, is what makes you invisible and inaudible), just those biomorphs with runny noses silting the lower atmospheric ambient bollocksphere around and about -- still have no voice, and no place to and from and in which to speak.
A friend was telling me tonite of how in her small town in Pa., where there were once two hospitals there now is one. One ER instead of two, one surgery instead of two. It's called efficiency, tho it may not seem so to octogenerians with cancer and great pain who wait until 5 a.m. to be seen in the ER.
Is it not clear yet that before things like healthcare can be addressed, those involved -- not us blogging, but those involved in their locality, the sick, the well, the medical people, the suppliers, instrument makers and installers, money people, maintenance people, illegal aliens, politicians, real estate whizzers, marketeers, cemetery personnel, systems analysts -- all these and more of a place have to look at the problem together, with someone who does not insist with the sycophancy of the tool that USia is the greatest nation on earth and that there are no problems with healthcare, but who listens and helps each place work out a system that makes sense for itself, multiple specific solutions that can then learn from and network with each other, maybe, yepper, if they ever get that that right/left business sorted out and skip the great nation status since nations are dangling teratomatic appendices of a doomed evolutionary trajectory, or worse?
It is also remarkable how Gore Vidal nailed the presidential debates of last evening, but did so a full week before: