I think I'm getting pretty settled with mom. Her diuretics went haywire ten days ago, but she seems stable. She's scheduled to go to an adult daycare center once a week starting tomorrow. She's got Medicare provided oxygen, a hospital bed and, shortly, a custom-fitted wheelchair and superior cushion to protect against pressure point sores.
Tom is going to take her weekly to her adult daycare center -- her "social club," as I call it. I'm paying him $60 per round-trip to make
I just want to have a statement as to my positions on common issues for the few who will be interested, or as a place I can point to when asked.
Pro free market economy mixed with some mechanisms to reduce the effects of that type of economy's flaws. The aim would be to maximize broad based prosperity and worker quality of life.
Pro government charity for the poor. Everyone benefits from investing in the poor, and everyone should have to do so. It shouldn't fall only to the
Updated 07-11-14 at 04:02 PM by Dezaad
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