Monday, October 08, 2007

Evil Republicans oppose government run healthcare for kids.

A couple of key qoutes:

...legislation-by-anecdote is a tricky thing, and should only be done when the anecdotes actually hold some water.

The family is not as destitute as the MSM has made them out to be. FreeRepublic member icwhatudo asks the tough questions the mainstream media won’t ask. Like why a “working family” in need of government-subsidized health care can afford to send two children to a $20,000-a-year-private school.

Apparently this family made life choices which did not include insurance for their kids.That is not "need." That is "choice." In America, we try to take responsibility for our choices like big boys and girls.

As Don Surber points out: “Interesting that public schools aren’t good enough for their kids but public health insurance is.”

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