from Buffalo Tom Peabody
from A Fiery Spirit
No Time for Recovery
John McCain’s Surgery will be covered and he has enough money to stay at home as long as he needs to recover. I had to come back early when I had a minor stroke in Nov. 2008 and again returning to work way before I was healed from my retina surgery in Jan. 2010 because I could not afford to stay home. What a difference. Also my health insurance did not cover all my health expenses, surgeries or the cost of EMS transporting me to the hospital so last year I filed for and received Bankruptcy.
Declaring Bankruptcy was one of my best decisions. It was physically impossible me to work enough hours of overtime to pay all the bills incurred from being ill and losing time off from work. At my age I’m not going to make any major purchases like a house (I would…
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If you or someone you love is at risk of losing health care know that very rich men who will lose nothing are working against you. Gronda offers a elegant solution. 🙂
The big monied backed Pro-Trump PACs went into action with negative TV Ads to pressure the republican Senator from Neveda, Dean Heller as soon as he announced on 6/23/17, that he could not back the Senate’s version of Trumpcare.
This is a perfect case study in how the billionaire folks like the Koch brothers, the Mercers and others exert undue influence over the republican legislators to where they are put at risk if they put the well being and needs of their constituents first before their’s.
Trump Advisers Start ‘America First Policies’ Nonprofit
As per the 6/24/17 Washington Post article by David Weigle, “(Senator Dean) Heller, the only Senate Republican facing a 2018 reelection bid in a state won by Hillary Clinton last year, announced on Friday (6/23/17) that he could not back a bill “that takes away insurance from tens of millions of Americans and hundreds of thousands of…
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from Combat Medic
Most people don’t understand the change that happens within a soldier that just gets back from war. Everyone comes back changed, whether they’d like to admit it or not, some worse than others.
In my case, I was the worst.
Not a day has gone by in these past 13 years that I haven’t thought about Iraq and the messed-up things I saw and did there. I have only recently started moving on with my life with the intent to show America what it’s like to be on the battle front, fighting for our country and our lives only to come home to a never ending battle.
This scene from the first chapter of my book Combat Medic takes place at the precipice of my Post-Traumatic stress disorder, the worst moment of my life.
” Slamming the door, I locked it and rested my head against the wood frame, trying to regain my thoughts.
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