18 September 2006

universal health care

garrison keiler has the answer---faith-based medicine for the republicans is an inspired idea----

Hard choices need to be made, and given the situation we're in, I think we must bite the bullet and say no more healthcare for card-carrying Republicans. It just doesn't make sense to invest in longevity for people who don't believe in the future. Let them try faith-based medicine, let them pray for their arteries to be reamed and their hips to be restored, and leave science to the rest of us.

Cutting out healthcare for one-third of the population -- the folks with Bush-Cheney bumper stickers, who still believe the man is doing a heckuva job -- will save enough money to pay off the national debt, not a bad legacy for Republicans. As Scrooge said, let them die and reduce the surplus population. In return, we can offer them a reduction in the estate tax. All in favor, blow your nose.


Anonymous said...

Jim Wooten = Fucktard.

AJC Column Today, 9/26:

"Market-based health care a better idea"

That's kinda like what we already have, actually. People with a decent employer can do the HMO thing, while all the rest can go to one of those crappy 24-hour clinics you see in strip malls. Ayn Rand marketism. Fuck the poor.

tomitron said...

i hope you didnt read any further than the tagline----