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If you have been inspired and informed by RenewAmerica.com over the years, then now is the time to wholeheartedly hear the call and feel the need of the valiant and remarkable family that has tirelessly worked, suffered, and somehow endured to keep this vital website running — against all odds, through crisis after crisis, never asking for any benefit or compensation for their extraordinary work.
RenewAmerica's president and editor, Stephen Stone, has been under immense pressure for quite some time — persecuted and betrayed by many persons and institutions he has served and trusted, in addition to the everyday challenges of running such a grand and excellent website, while trying to take care of his family.
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Well, Renew America guys, I think something is really wrong with this story. We all know that we live in the country with the greatest medical care system on earth, and we also know that no one in this country goes without adequate medical care. So I'm going to confidently assume that, in fact, Mr. Stone is relaxing in comfort, knowing that, in the market-driven medical care system, which his blog has promoted in literally hundreds of posts, many companies are competing with each other to see that his needs are met. Thank the Lord in Heaven above that people like Mr. Stone worked so hard to prevent the implementation of a single payer system in this country, which probably would have forced Mr. Stone to undergo the intolerable indignity of filling out some forms to get his medical care paid for, rather than having our nation's private insurance companies fight over who will pick up the tab for Mr. Stone's medical care.
Enjoy the fruits of the medical care system you worked to preserve, Mr. Stone.