In December, 1799, President George Washington contracted a severe throat infection. His doctors–distinguished experts all–treated him with calomel, to induce vomiting, and bloodletting. When their patient’s condition deteriorated, they treated even more vigorously, giving more calomel and taking more blood in the hopes that this time they’d succeed. George Washington died of dehydration, blood loss, and choking from the uncontrolled infection. His very well-meaning physicians had actually hastened his death. In August, 2010, the republic that George Washington helped found is in the midst of a severe economic recession. Her leaders have consulted the experts they respect, and the therapy they have chosen is to drain dollars out of the private sector so that the federal government can redistribute them, and to pile thousands of pages of new regulations onto businesses and employers. Lets get started. Support bloomfield for congress
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Well, the election cycle has come to a close and, consequently, so has the 2012 Bloomfield for congress campaign. We here would just like to thank anyone and everyone who helped over the last year. We had so many awesome, awesome volunteers, contributors, and supporters throughout Bloomfield’s Congressional run and we could have never been as successful as we were without you. Whether it was walking in one of the many parades, attending a meet and greet, putting up a yard sign or 4x8, or making calls on the day before Election Day, everybody came together to bring Bloomfield from a small level of name recognition to over 120,000 votes, and that’s something to be proud of.