Should charity begin at home?
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Review of "Should charity begin at home?"
I recently spent some time in hospital, where i observed the nurses going about there daily business, one thing I noticed was that 2 seperate wards with 30 patients on each were sharing 1 trolley containing a blood pressure machine and electronic thermometer and i saw that on numerous occasions on a daily basis the nurses had to wait or search for the trolley so as to carry out simple routine checks on the patients!SO WHAT?
I also noticed government issued posters displayed on the walls appealing for charitable donations to help Iraqi refugees and assylum seekers!AND?
I think it is diabolicle that the government sends thousands of our troops out to iraq, costing millions of pounds on a weekly basis, then they have the bare faced cheek to ask us to give money to help repair the damages they caused that we paid for by way of taxes, when its blatantly obvious that there is a distinct lack of funding in our hospitals and overworked, underpaid nurses are running round like headless chickens trying to do their jobs with insufficient equipment!I don`t know about you Mr Blair, but I believe in feeding my own family first before inviting the whole neighbourood round for dinner!
CLASSIC EXAMPLE!! £8.5 Billion earmarked for the invasion of Iraq and only £2.8 million for the Tsunami fund
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Listed on Ciao since: 18/05/2002