|simon666 - 2009-10-06 |
Magic Sky God bless you Shepard Smith.
|Crackula - 2009-10-06 |
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2009-10-06 |
Being level headed is the fastest way to get marginalized on Fox News. I pray that the rest of the world doesn't think we are all tuned into the channel for all of our information.
|wtf japan - 2009-10-06 |
Only vertebrate on Fox News.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-10-06 |
Naw, they'll still keep him around. They let him go lefty once in awhile so that they have clips to drag out when somebody calls them on being the official party mouthpiece of Satan.
|RockBolt - 2009-10-06 |
|Camonk - 2009-10-06 |
Nah, O'Reilly already said he favors the public option. Shep's covered.
I'm pretending to be surprised over here.
|Cheese - 2009-10-06 |
At best he pressed him, I guess since he's on FOX that makes him a hero.
- 2 for letting the Senator go on lying for most of the clip.
|dorje - 2009-10-06 |
|phalsebob - 2009-10-06 |
1- Is Shep being scripted? Is he like a heel in WWE now? Or is he honestly voicing an opinion and somehow not getting fired?
2- I don't know the ins and outs of American insurance, but if insurance is limited to a statewide market, wouldn't opening up the boundaries and allowing the insurance companies to go national have the opposite effect eventually? No doubt increased competition would lower costs for maybe a few years, but then two or three companies will eventually gobble up the competition, and you guys would end up with a larger, more intractable problem.
|CornOnTheCabre - 2009-10-07 |
wait so the republican solution to vaunting healthcare costs is to ban smoking and trans fats?
hooray for small government!
|Xenocide - 2009-10-07 |
If they actually pass a law requiring us to have insurance without giving us a way to pay for it, then we're about to become a nation of criminals. Is that what you want, people? For us to be another Australia?
If it can be like the post-apocalyptic Mad Max-type Australia, I'm in.
|frau_eva - 2009-10-07 |
5 percent? I'm pretty sure the top five percent of health care costing people are not fatties eating their way to diabetes. Pretty sure it's people with ridiculously expensive and debilitating disorders, where its not unusual for a surgery to cost 0,000 a pop. Compare that to...diabetic supplies.
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