Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Social Darwanists

This is amusing;

If you're uninsured and on the brink of death, that's apparently a laughing matter to some audience members at last night's tea party Republican presidential debate.

Texas Rep. Ron Paul, a doctor, was asked a hypothetical question by CNN host Wolf Blitzer about how society should respond if a healthy 30-year-old man who decided against buying health insurance suddenly goes into a coma and requires intensive care for six months. Paul--a fierce limited-government advocate-- said it shouldn't be the government's responsibility. "That's what freedom is all about, taking your own risks," Paul said and was drowned out by audience applause as he added, "this whole idea that you have to prepare to take care of everybody…"

"Are you saying that society should just let him die?" Blitzer pressed Paul. And that's when the audience got involved.

Several loud cheers of "yeah!" followed by laughter could be heard in the Expo Hall at the Florida State Fairgrounds in response to Blitzer's question.

I'm convinced that "conservatives" and "christians" are sociopaths. That's why they're christian conservatives in the first place. Normal and balanced people aren't bat-shit crazy like that.

These people think Doug Gibbs own son should have been allowed to die from cancer because he couldn't afford the treatment, and Doug didn't have the money to pay for it either.

I agree.. segregate the two side.. then let their poor die. Sounds good to me.

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