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2 Responses to “Income, Poverty, and Health InsuranceCoverage in the United States: 2011”

  1. jimcos42 says:

    Should be required reading for the Romney people.
    Oh, but wait. Who need facts?

  2. wrongtrade says:

    Ooooooh jimcos42 , deep analysis there above by you. Thanks for your insights. How about either say something useful or don’t say anything at all. A random political bomb piece of bullshit is worthless.