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Strut: Letting down our guard

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The Republican “Healthcare” bill looks like it’s tabled for now. Thank you, John McCain’s blood clot for giving other Senators time to hear from their constituents and think it over. 

But don’t count them out, they’ve HATED Medicaid and Medicare since the 60s. No one knows why. So, they’ll be back with something equally mean and stingy in some other form. 

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Malcolm Gladwell makes a case for closely examining your politician’s friends before you vote for them. 

Masha Gesson says it’s the incompetence and destruction of America’s systems of governance that worries her. Conspiracy thinking is distracting.