Bill Clinton: TED Prize wish: Let’s build a health care system in Rwanda

 

 

Accepting the 2007 TED Prize, Bill Clinton asks for help in bringing health care to Rwanda — and the rest of the world.

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  1. This gentleman plays the same tape in his head, over and over, has much in common with Mr Newt: the ability to memorize mountains of factoids,utilizing them in total ‘baloney with cohesion’. 

    1. +adelRX7 that is what people think including himself, but smart is not intelligent, he is an addict to all illegal activities. they are crooks

  2. why,? why the poor people in other countries? because you know they are ignorant….and you can use the medical industry to help you, you know scientists can continuous to experiment with humans as long as they think they are been help, they will willingly volunteer to any experiment, of course they do not know that . why can’t you help the homeless in America? NO, way, there is no profit on helping and educating the homeless, well,  why can’t you help your stupid wife

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