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Tuesday, September 13, 2011 

Teaparty Republicans Cheer The Concept Of Letting Someone Without Health Insurance .... DIE

(Republican Leadership televised debate - September 12, 2011)

If you are not completely disgusted by the value system of Right wing extremists, then there is something wrong with your sense of being a human being. In their world, if you have money - you matter. If you are without money .... 'just fucking die already'.

-National Nurses United React! ....

This is the same crowd that opposes abortion, but is willing to let the child die from the moment of birth onwards... the cognitive dissonance must be painful.

Swine. He also believes the South should have won the Civil War.

It's true that this is disgusting but more than that, it's puerile. It's like some eleven year old boy who's just discovered the word "fuck" and now has to use it five times in every sentence, preferably in front of eleven year old girls. The teaparty right's desperate need to try to shock and horrify liberals is testament to a vast, all-consuming immaturity and insecurity on their part.

I don't support those cheers at all, but in the interest of spurring debate/thought: Is it that different than cheering for a system that forces people to wait for care, sometimes to their own peril?

By "a system that forces people to wait for care" I presume you mean the one to the south, where if you're not good for the money you are forced to wait forever? And where if you're not filthy rich, even if you are good for the money you may have to wait for months for an appointment with a specialist?

In our system, our fates and our waits are in our own hands. If you don't want to wait as much, then vote for people who are committed to funding the system better.

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