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General Electric's throwing old people out on the street? The local CBS affiliate needs to get this info to Letterman. The jokes write themselves.Pitiful.
How about we take the County chair and the other Nit-wit, strap them to a hospital bed,ship them off to Utica, and see how they would like it. I am not saying they created Mercy's problem, but they sure as hell do not show any caring for people. But they do know how to spends taxpayer money, foolishly, including putting up 5m for a competing company; who in my opinion, do not understand what it is they are getting into. Are we going back to the days of Asylums?
Det. Thorn: It's people. Soylent Green is made out of people. They're making our food out of people. Next thing they'll be breeding us like cattle for food. You've gotta tell them. You've gotta tell them! Hatcher: I promise, Tiger. I promise. I'll tell the exchange. Det. Thorn: You tell everybody. Listen to me, Hatcher. You've gotta tell them! Soylent Green is people! We've gotta stop them somehow!
Rick, that is one of the dumbest posts I've read, certainly one of the dumbest from you. If you want to hate BB then just come out and say it, but don't attempt to link two completely disconnected issues. You're gettin' weird, and I'm number one in that venue.Regarding Mercy, I say we do a financial review of all the old codgers in the home. Determine which ones have any money. Ship them to Samaritan so they can strip them of their last few bucks and drain the families if possible. Take the financial dregs, ship them anywhere and have the taxpayers pay. Call it an educational program and have the school districts absorb it. They have so much money they would never notice it. Follow the money. This is what Samaritan has done on all other health related issues. And the taxpayers won't mind a bit. Get it done. Need I remind you. Hardly any of the folks living in Mercy are politically influencial. None lived on Paddock or Flower Ave West.
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