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On Fox News, Universal Health Care Creates Terrorism



From the segment:

A state run health care enterprise is bureaucratic, and I think the terrorists have shown over and over again, whether it’s dealing with INS or whether it’s dealing with airport security, they’re very good at gaming the system with bureaucracies. They’re very good at getting around bureaucracies..

And if one of your guys is a jihadist, if one of your doctors is spending all the time online reading Osama bin Laden fatwas, someone’s going to notice that. But the National Health Service is more like the post office, you know there’s a lot of anonymity, it’s easy to hide in the bureaucracy.


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10 comments:

Gabba said...

I think my head just exploded. Genuinely speechless.

Anonymous said...

What on Earth? Fox should be fined for this kind of nonsense.

Harold Fowler said...
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Colin said...

FOX News defies all logic yet again with their juvenile reasoning skills, twisting fact and reality merely to agitate the LCD.

Anonymous said...

I think I just had my FDA recommended amount of non sequitur.

Mikael said...

Faux News, you never cease yo amaze me. No wonder your viewers are morons, you helped make them that way.

Anonymous said...

Fox News is about a credible as the national inquirer

Anonymous said...

Your website is a pile of wank!

nestabus said...

& we ALL know how many terrorists are in the Post Office...
Or other beureaucracies in the US...U know, like the State department, or the CIA, or the FBI, or ATF, or Secret Service, or in Homeland Security.
Holy sh*t, these people are absolute idiots!

littlefay said...

There's anonymity in a public health care system? How full of s**t can you be? Has this moron ever been to Canada? I lived there for 7 years, and as part of the system had a family physician that I KNEW BETTER than any here. I saw the same person for 7 years. There was no seeing another person in the practice, which happens in U.S. private clinics all the time. It wasn't a post office, f&*khead, it was a DOCTOR'S office!

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