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Alyssa Milano Pens Highly Partisan 'Anti-Partisan' Healthcare Column
Witnessing leftist super-dunce Alyssa Milano discharge atomic brainfarts raises many questions. How did she ever charm anyone into thinking she was a sane person? Would it have been better if Arnold Schwarzenegger cut his losses and left her on that island? Where's Tony Danza when you need him?
Alyssa wrote a column entitled "Time to End the Partisan Politics Around Health Care," wherein she proceeded to do the exact opposite:
My past year advocating for health care for Americans has taught me a number of things.
One that rings true then, and now: medical emergencies do not discriminate based on party affiliation.
Chronic illnesses and pre-existing conditions do not have a political ideology.
So why do Republicans in Congress and the White House continue scheming behind closed doors to eliminate coverage for millions? To enrich their wealthy donors, and give billions in tax cuts to the same pharmaceutical companies who continue to gouge prices for consumers regardless of the devastating consequences.
Uh, excoriating Republicans for not going along with the left's every whim on healthcare is a textbook definition of partisan.
All those years under the stage lights must have fried Alyssa's brain like an egg. How else would she be able to ignore the cesspool of suckage that is government healthcare. Those "super-duper" countries lefties want us to emulate bounce dying guys out of emergency rooms and deal out death sentences to toddlers. Asking people to pay their own way doesn't even come close in terms of douchebaggery.
Actually, putting partisan politics aside would be a terrific idea. Instead of looking at whether the plan is Republican or Democratic, we could judge ideas on their merit. Judging from skyrocketing premiums in Obamacare and the horror stories coming from abroad, single-payer is probably not the answer.