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Sylvia Cooper: Counting down the days …

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Oh, the days dwindle down to a precious few

September, November, December

And soon all we’ll have is a memory of you

And your trips to Qatar, Bogo...

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Hear! Hear! on the screwed up healthcare system. It contributed to my mother’s death in 2019. No continuity of care for the chronically ill that visit hospitals multiple times. If you get sick, you can’t see your regular PCP for weeks. WHat the hay? What good are they if you can’t see them when you need them? You go to the hospital and the doctor who knows you best doesn’t follow up, you get somebody that knows nothing about you except data on a chart. Something needs to change.

  2. Hard to believe that Davis can walk about with his head held so high when he is so low when it comes to being a person we once again thought we could count on. He is 100% like his mentor, obama, he too walks with a superiority as if he invented something grand, when in fact he only invented himself.

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