Wednesday, March 07, 2007

I Don't Want Health Care If Just Anyone Can Have It

If middle-class children are given government-subsidized medical coverage from the beginning, they won't have anything to look forward to when they get older. Though my offspring will never have to worry about desperately trying to scrape together the money for a hospital visit, it doesn't mean we should do away with the millions of other uninsured Americans who show them how privileged they are to have it in the first place.

That's just a simple matter of respect.

I urge all citizens of good sense to reject any universal health care plan that gets put forward. It's time to stand up for what's right, and protect our most respectable institutions. If we don't do it now, what will they tell us next—that everyone deserves a free public education and "the right" to a fair trial?
This is the satirical The Onion channelling Michelle Malkin and Ann Coulter. Maybe I can be less irritated with those two ignorant yahoos (yahines, Yahhabis?) if I just realize they are comedians. The female Andrew Dice Clay's for the conservative fangirls and fanboys. Can anyone really take either of them seriously? Just female sick rude comedians on the wrong stage.

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