Sunday, January 29, 2006

Our Problem, According to Bush? We Have TOO MUCH Health Insurance

Yes, amazingly, that's apparently the line he's going to push in the State of the Union Address. The health care problem isn't that almost 50 million people have NO insurance, or that something like 80 million people go without health insurance at some time or another in a five year period, or that millions of American kids have no coverage at all. You see, it's that we're OVERINSURED. It's OUR fault, not that of the fanatic rightwingers in Congress who have consistently killed any efforts to construct a coherent health care system.
What. A Freaking. Bastard.

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