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Congress and Health Care

The corrupt Congress instead of reforming health care is actually about to hand a bonanza to the equally corrupt private health care insurers by mandating, probably unconstitutionally, that all citizens buy health insurance from private insurers without a public option. Of course, many of these congresspersons get campaign donations from the same private insurers, so while they are trying to pull the wool over the public's eyes by calling this sham health care reform, they and the private insurers that they are in cahoots with will be laughing all the way to the bank. After this sham is codified into law, the poor and the downtrodden will be penalized if they cannot afford to buy insurance from the corrupt insurers. It's ridiculous and immoral, and all but a handful of this 111th Congress that are up for election this year should be voted out of power.

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Mark and the Campaign

If Mark runs for state senate this year, we can assure you that his campaign will be top-flight, professional, hard fought and persevering. Mark will not run his campaign out of some fancy office suite surrounded by corporate overseers and hired hands such as the sure to come plutocratic-serving candidates probably would, including whoever the appointed person from the council will be. Mark will be the one working in the field, shaking the hands, making the speeches, getting out the brochures, and Mark's volunteers will take significant roles in strategy sessions and overall campaign decisions. Mark has pledged that if he runs this year, he will work harder than he has ever worked in an election before. If Mark runs, you can be sure that commoners will have a friend on the ballot that has a very good chance to win.

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Jarrett's Resignation May Open Up Opportunity for Mark

The "Democrat-Republican" in the Washington State Senate for the 41st District, Fred Jarrett, will be resigning from the Senate if he hasn't already. Jarrett is taking the position of Deputy Executive for King County which was offered to him by Dow Constantine. This means there will be a special election this year for that state senate position which just happens to be the district that Mark lives in. This may open up an opportunity for our chairman, Mark Greene, if he decides to avail himself of it. This would mean that Mark would run simultaneously for that position and for Secretary of State (the elections for each would be in different election cycles). The Party of Commons may yet get our first position in government if Mark wins his first general election.

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