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Dave Ramsey: Obama Has Screwed Up The American Economy
I have followed Dave Ramsey from the early days of his career.  I know many people who work on his team and have the pleasure of insuring many folks who follow Dave's template of financial peace!  One thing Dave doesn't do:  he doesn't mince words and you're never confused about what he thinks!  His financial counseling on-air, online, in churches, schools and to the general public have turned many debt ridden people into debt free winners! (www.DaveRamsey.com)  
 
He had a pretty serious and factual rant about the current state of medical insurance a few days back.  He is voicing what I hear almost daily in my business with people facing MAJOR premium increases and loss of coverage as a result of our current healthcare insurance problem.  This industry is in the worse place I have seen it in my 38+ year career and Dave addresses it here:
 
 
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