Never was so much owed by so many to so few…August 26th, 2009 | Healthcare Reform
Sir Winston Churchill is one of the historical figures I admire most* (along with WWII's General George Patton) and I was pleased to visit the Museum in his honor underground the Parliament Buildings in London this past May on my aforementioned lecture travels. Without those two, the World would not have been made "safe for democracy." Thus, I apologize for paraphrasing him on the American Healthcare Reform Debate:
'Never has so much been said by so many who know so little.'
*He never caught the last train for the Coast!
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