If we thougth Saddam was a threat and him getting rich was the problem. Yes, if not, then the Iraq war makes no sense. but this is all meaningless to the point I'm making above. You could try and address that point, . . . if you can.I see, so Jordan had no other viable alternative to Iraqi oil, and between them and Turkey were giving us intel on Iraq, so we should have cut them off. I see....Seems pretty thin if you ask me.
Again, no where do I exclude Clinton here. So, you have no point that contradicts me here.From your own article here: "The officials say the Clinton Administration has chosen to look the other way..."
So I think I get it....During that time the far left was screaming how we were starving the children of Iraq, and when the tide shifted and Bush came in and unseated Hussein, and caught that austere body, the UN, with their hand in the cookie jar, they had to look for scapegoats instead of admitting that they were, are, and continue to be corrupt. Got it.
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Free clinic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The clinics receive as much as $17,000 per year from the cities where they are located, but are funded primarily with donations coming from private foundations, corporations and local church and civic groups. The Danbury clinic is also helped by a partnership with Ridgefield-based Boehringer Ingelheim, a pharmaceutical company, that gives medication and medical products.
Free clinics hit with more patients, less funding - Health - Health care - msnbc.com
The clinics' average operating budget was $287,810. A total of 58.7% received no government funding. Funding was most often through charitable donations (90.6%), civic groups (66.8%), churches (66.3%), foundations (65.1%), and corporations (55.1%).
Resources, resources, resources. Every free clinic is in need of more resources. And the hardest thing to come by is often physician specialists. The complex medical problems these patients present require consultations with specialists with limited availability for this population. The patients’ common conditions create a constant need for general surgeons, orthopedists, gynecologists, cardiologists, gastroenterologists, urologists, endocrinologists, dermatologists and psychiatrists, among others. When these specialists are unavailable, there is often no alternative to sending the patient to a local emergency room—an expensive, inefficient approach.
Another source of frustration is that because there are not many specialists available, not only do the patients miss their expertise, so do I. At the clinic I work at, I think I may have observed a pattern of a benign, but unusual liver condition in many of the patients who are Russian emigres. It should not affect their health in any way, but if it is an actual finding and not a coincidence, it suggests there may be a genetic predisposition in that population, something not described in the medical literature. It’s an interesting hypothesis, but one that is not likely to be tested simply because the resources and personnel are not available to do so. Little things like that make you miss the resources of the major medical center.
Other resources are commonly in short supply—testing equipment, bandages and minor surgical instruments. Once I worked in a treatment room where someone had donated some medical textbooks that were available for reference. Unfortunately, a 1946 edition of Common Surgical Problems and a 1949 copy of Gynecology for the General Practitioner were of little help.
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I await a more sophisticated response than "the UN isn't credible", if you can.