Date: November 20th 2011

Conservative Resources by J.P. Travis at

What about me?

[17th J.P.'s Moment of Common Sense, my weekly oratorial exposition on Broad View, KBZZ 1270 AM Reno.]

Yesterday at work I received an email from the government informing me that December 1 is World AIDS Day. Like me, you’re probably excited about a chance to dedicate a whole day to thinking about an STD.

The goals for World AIDS Day (acronym=W-A-D, or WAD) are fairly vague, but it looks like they want universal access to health care for AIDS patients… kind of mysterious, when you think about it, because Obamacare supposedly took care of that.

Health care for AIDS patients sounds like a great idea, but emails like this come almost every day so my sympathy is worn thin. We just finished National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, otherwise known as October, which had way too many men wearing pink clothing who didn’t really belong in pink clothing. If I never see another NFL player in pink cleats, pink wristbands, or pink gloves, I'll be happy...

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