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Submitted by yourasrudeastheycome (not verified) on Fri, 03/20/2009 - 12:32pm.
I am a single mother. Raising my family on my own and always have. Let me also add that I am disabled. I am also a student trying to get a better education to have a better life for my family... The other person going to school should be commended for trying to better her life. That is no reason for them to be uninsured or under-insured. I lost my mother 3 years ago because to Cancer because she was under-insured, and the damn doctor didn't want to tell her the truth of what was wrong with her in order to prevent having to treat her with the type of insurance she had. It does not matter. INSURANCE IS INSURANCE,,, IF THE DAMN GOVERNMENT WOULD GET THEIR HEADS OUT OF THE DARKENED AREAS THAT THEIR IN THEN THEY MIGHT ACTUALLY SEE WHAT THEY ARE DOING TO THEIR OWN COUNTRY, AND LEAVE THE OTHERS TO DEFEND FOR THEMSELVES.
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