Paul Krugman: It’s a moral responsibility.

It’s only a minute and a half long so watch it and feel morally superior to the extreme rightwing nutters who are so against health insurance and health care for every human in the US. Because we are morally superior to those self-centered fuckwits.

About Dusty, hells most vocal bitch

I am a..brown Cali bitch that is quite the opinionated,political, pain-in-the-ass, in your face kinda girl that also loves baseball and music to a fault. Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.--Albert Einstein-*

Posted on December 22, 2009, in Paul Krugman. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. I honestly do not understand how anyone can argue against single payer universal healthcare.  I only see it as a win/win.  And the people with the most money will still be able to afford the cadillac care their used to.  I hate it that they've convinced the average joe to vote and fight against their best interests.

  2.    Love the cat in the tree. That is a list of grinches, bah humbug. Merry Christmasa Dusty!

  3. Being morally superior is easy.  Torquemada was morally superior to them.

  4. And every dumb ass dim needs to hammer on the right wing fucktards on this very point but that wouldn't be nice so—–.

  5. lets keep it simple folks. ——like I always sasy—-health care belongs on main street, not Wall Street. The American people have to start realizing that we exist in a one party country. And that country is The United CORPORATE States of America. The PARTY that leads that country is the oligarchs. Their agenda is a fascist state to be announced very soon. When the corps, the military, the MIC, and the financial institutions are running our daily lives, then that is FASCISM.

  6. Tidings of Comfort, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: Indulge me while I tell you a story — a near-future version of Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol.” It begins with sad news:… Tiny Tim, is sick. And his treatment will cost far more than his parents can pay out of pocket. Fortunately, our story is set in 2014, and the Cratchits have health insurance. Not from their employer: Ebenezer Scrooge doesn’t do employee benefits. And just a few years earlier they wouldn’t have been able to buy insurance on their own because Tiny Tim has a pre-existing condition, and, anyway, the premiums would have been out of their reach. But reform legislation enacted in 2010 banned insurance discrimination on the basis of medical history and also created … subsidies to help families pay for coverage. Even so, insurance doesn’t come cheap — but the Cratchits do have it, and they’re grateful. God bless us, everyone.

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