Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – And of course Flint, Michigan still has toxic water

From the helpforflint.com website

“Children and adults up to age 21 and pregnant women who were served by Flint’s water system within the past two years should be eligible for new Medicaid health coverage. Others in those groups already on Medicaid are able to apply for additional coverage.”  Update: the lead levels have gone below the federal limit.

And how long do you think that’ll be true?  Donate to them if you want.  To others if you can.   Just remember we all have to take are of each other now.  And Donate blood always, Red Cross if that’s the one, Red Crescent, or to your local blood center.  It’s easy, just a pinch, and if you tell them you are afraid, they will understand.  I’m on my seventh gallon now. donate blood

A friend and her daughter were at the march.  She said that the Metro staff were great in getting so many people around.  It’s too bad that Trump, Conway and Spicer chose to lie.  What is it about politicians? They think that recording media suddenly stops working when they declare it so?

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3 responses to “Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – And of course Flint, Michigan still has toxic water

  1. They think that recording media suddenly stops working when they declare it so? I suspect they wish it so. But my concern is that Trump and his cronies might try and make it so.

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