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People in this country have been so bombarded with “This is gonna kill you and that’s gonna make you sick,” or “this genetic trait’s gonna kill you” or whatever, the people of this country have been so bombarded with the fact that they’re gonna die tomorrow that they think the only way to stay alive is to have health insurance.
This has been one of the biggest scams that’s ever been perpetrated on the people of this country. I am not kidding you. I honestly believe this. Now, I know some of you are shouting, “Hey, Rush, don’t downplay this. Health is a big thing.” I know it is, but, you know, it’s hard to die. It takes a long time, and it’s not easy to get killed. When it happens, those are rare criminal examples, but they’re not the result of lifestyle choices. There’s no insurance policy — go talk to this poor kid in Duncan, Oklahoma. There’s not one insurance plan he could have had that would have kept him alive because the culture killed him. And the same thing with Shorty.
There wasn’t one health insurance plan that would have kept those people alive. That’s a whole different problem. And I’m not talking about those. That’s a different problem, and that’s something else that needs to be addressed, by the way. And Pat Buchanan, by the way, does a great job. He’s got a great paragraph in a column that ran at World Net Daily. Let me find it since I’m mentioning it. Hang in here, folks. It won’t take me long. I don’t have a big Stack today ’cause everything in the Stack is great, so I didn’t have to put a bunch of BS in here as fillers.
“Teenagers who can shoot and kill a man out of summertime boredom are moral barbarians, dead souls. But who created these monsters? Where did they come from? Surely one explanation lies in the fact that the old conscience-forming and character-forming institutions — home, church, school and a moral and healthy culture fortifying basic truths — have collapsed. And the community hardest hit is Black America.”Continue reading on www.rushlimbaugh.com