Thursday, June 28, 2012

Affordable and Accessible Healthcare for More Americans! GOP Screams...ITS THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT! WAAAAAAAAH!!

With the SCOTUS decision today upholding the constitutionality (of which 90% of surveyed constitutional scholars agreed with) of the ACA healthcare reform act, the TeaTards are in full mouth frothing mode and are absolutely apoplectic over it.  Listen to what one Teabagger Senator had to say about it:

By Scott Keyes on Jun 28, 2012 at 2:10 pm

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Businesses should be allowed to deny health insurance to cancer patients, according to a Republican senator, because “our nation was based on the foundation of freedom and limited government.”

So basically what Mr. Senator TeaTard, who no doubt ran as a candidate on a platform of family values and the purity of his Christian faith, is saying here is that if you are employed by a company and are receiving company paid for health insurance, and at sometime during your employment are diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness for that matter, your employer has the right to terminate your health insurance coverage on the spot because "our nation was based on the foundation of freedom and limited government."

You know - there are times when the hideous heartlessness and hypocrisy of these Teathuglicans is so astronomically mind blowing -- I just have stand back and look on in stupefied awe at the level of their unrepentant depravity.

And this isn't just a one-off incident.  We saw earlier evidence of their repugnant mindset when, as audience members at one of the GOP primary debates, they yelled in unison, "let him die!" to a question posed to Ron Paul as to what Paul would do if a working individual, who had not purchased (for whatever reason) health insurance, suffered a catastrophic illness or injury which could lead to death if not medically addressed.

I have become unflinchingly convinced of one thing when it comes to my view of the worst of the Teabaggers -- their selfishness, greed and inhumanity ought to be evidence enough for revoking their citizenship status of this great country.  Maybe we can convince the Canadians to sell us some frozen, land-locked portion of one of their least inhabitable provinces, wall it in, and then send all of these Don't Tread On Me pricks there and let them rat-fuck each other into extinction.

And no - I feel not one iota of remorse for making that statement.  NOT ONE IOTA!


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