Someone needs to look up the history of Medicare and Medicaid, and also the definition of "socialism."
The Conservative Political Action Conference is as nutty as you might expect.
Dr. Ben Carson calls the recent scandal at the VA "a gift from god" which will help alert Americans to the dangers of Obamacare, which he and his cohorts continue to pretend is socialized medicine.
A Republican senator said over the weekend that he believed President Barack Obama's health care reform law would have left him dead instead of providing the recent emergency quadruple bypass heart surgery that saved his life.
Fox's Monica Crowley wants Americans to believe Paul Ryan and Republicans have a solution to our health care system in the United States other than telling everyone they're on their own against the insurance companies.
During his New Rules segment this Friday evening, Bill Maher wrapped things up by taking both Bob Dole and President Obama to task for their praise of the one who shall never be spoken badly about in Republican circles, St. Ronnie Reagan.
Jon Stewart: Can't We Just Admit A Socialist Is Someone Who Wants To Spend Government Money On Sh*t You Don't Like?
Jon Stewart returned from vacation this Tuesday night and responded to the article he read at the Huffington Post where Fox News chief Roger Ailes went after Stewart for admitting he's a "Socialist" and wouldn't do well without Fox. What we got in
Calling ObamaCare “socialized medicine” truly lowers the standards on what could be considered socialized medicine. It’s like calling paved roads “government overreach”; a stop light a “government takeover of your commute”; or a
Ron Paul does a great job in these debates painting himself as the kindly old country doctor who remembers better times, when health care was available to all and didn't cost very much. Maybe costs were less because leeches were cheaper back
From the radio series America's Townhall Meeting Of The Air from 1940, the subject is "Do we need a National Healthcare plan?". And seventy-one years later . . . they're still asking.
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