By Ted Rueter
Ted Rueter panders to Republican social gathering strains by way of amassing 370 oratorical guffaws credited to renowned politicians. classified in alphabetical order and offered by way of topic subject, the quips include:
Osama bin encumbered: "[Osama bin encumbered] is both alive and good or alive and never good or now not alive." --Donald Rumsfeld
Misunderestimation: "They misunderestimated me." --George W. Bush
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At RAND, the authors would like to thank Marian Branch, Paul Butler, Linda Escalante, Yasmin Facey, Dennis Flieder, Shirley Hall, Carrie Imai, Christopher Kelly, Gwen Parker, Sandy Petitjean, Alaida Rodríguez, and Mary Wrazen. At the expert committee member institutions, we acknowledge the unflagging help and patience of Leslie Boss, Jo Diaz, Lenora Holland, Jay Inglis, Sylvia Koski, Tammy Rowe, Maria Sandoval, and Robin Wagner. This project would not have been possible without the generous support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
At the expert committee member institutions, we acknowledge the unflagging help and patience of Leslie Boss, Jo Diaz, Lenora Holland, Jay Inglis, Sylvia Koski, Tammy Rowe, Maria Sandoval, and Robin Wagner. This project would not have been possible without the generous support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Particularly, we are deeply indebted to Seth Emont for his vision in launching this project and the Robert Wood Johnson Pediatric Asthma Initiative of which it is part. At Robert Wood Johnson, we would also like to thank Doriane Miller, Sara Thier, Paul Tarini, Liisa Rand, Sherry DeMarchi, and Phyllis Kane.
Policy Framework outlines the comprehensive policy framework that maps the identified recommendations to one overall policy objective—to promote the development and maintenance of asthma-friendly communities (communities in which children are swiftly diagnosed, receive appropriate and ongoing treatment, and are not exposed to environmental factors that exacerbate their condition)—and six interrelated policy goals to meet this policy objective: • Improve access to and quality of asthma health care services.
185 Stupid Things Republicans Have Said by Ted Rueter