Thursday, January 25, 2007


Stephen Colbert Explains Bush's Health Insurance Plan

"It's so simple. Most people who couldn’t afford health insurance also are too poor to owe taxes. But...if you give them a deduction from their taxes they don’t owe, they can use the money they're not getting back from what they haven't given to buy the health care they can't afford."

So... is that, like, trickle-up or something?
It all goes to show that nothealth insurance is essentially the same as health insurance, with the minor caveat that it's not.
Nothealth insurance is surprisingly affordable.
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