Monday, August 17, 2009

public health care ate stephen hawking!

talks about health care reform in the states has finally proved, once and for all, how nutty those people are.

or, how nutty a lot of them are.

people will say just about anything to discredit public health care, mainly because they're scared they'll have to give up a fraction of their own privilege to provide for those who have none.

i think they should. i think if you make a shit load of money and are a car driving, service using citizen then you should pay more because you probably use more.

it just seems fair. but, my ideas of fair are a bit different and they got me fired this year so i'll just move onto my favorite argument AGAINST public health care so far(from the Ny Times):

"In an editorial denouncing Democratic health reform plans, Investor’s Business Daily tried to frighten its readers by declaring that in Britain, where the government runs health care, the handicapped physicist Stephen Hawking “wouldn’t have a chance,” because the National Health Service would consider his life “essentially worthless.”

except stephen hawking was born in britain and has lived there all of his life.

you know it's bad when people start holding stephen hawking over heads. it's like "oh, don't nationalize health care, i have stephen hawking and i'm not afraid to drop him"

or "maybe you don't care about stephen hawking? is that why you want to make health care public?"

death panels+rationed health care+apocalypse catalyst=public health care and no stephen hawking

these people are crazy!

1 comment:

Elle said...

hahaha that's hilarious.

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