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September 04, 2009



I came across a new site that has an interesting service called the Geoleader Certificate Program that I thought was relevant to your posting here:


Hello :)

I just came across your blog randomly and I just wanted to say you are quite clever! I really enjoyed your 5 points on health care, you summed it up very well.

I'm a 25 year old Canadian and lately I've been very interested in your whole health care debate. Honestly, as I'm sure you know, everyone up here finds it baffling and sad at how the reform is being received by certain groups of Americans. I just don't understand how they don't understand what a blessing this is!

CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) last year held a contest of Who is the Greatest Canadian? You want to know who won by public vote? Tommy Douglas, the man that brought nationalized health care to our country. Think about it, the GREATEST CANADIAN to ever live. That's how important our health care is to us. I wouldn't trade it for the world... My friends always say how it'd be great to live in California or New York one day, I always shudder at the thought, solely because I'd be giving up my health care. It really scares me, especially since I have an on-going kidney disorder that right now I don't pay a penny for. I don't even want to think how it'd be handled south of the border.

Anyway sorry for rambling. I just wanted to say that you definitely have your head on your shoulders. I hope people read your stuff, because you make a ton of sense. I wish the best for the U.S. with this whole situation.

Peace out!
Mary Thomas
Toronto, ON

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