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Monday, February 14, 2011

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Time to call it a day for free health care [though none really get free health care taxes pay for it] for those who are costing it the most through irresponsibility. Cost at point or after services required would bring in the money - through specialised insurance or saving schemes, could be titled as Booze and Lose Scheme. No seriously, time to tackle the cause of the problem, people drinking to excess and not having to pay for the consequences.

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