I can’t say I was surprised at the S-CHIP veto, but it was disappointing. Does anyone know how many more votes they need for an override? I promise I’m not a socialist, but sometimes it feels like it. Hmmm. Take money from cigarette buyers and give it to insurance companies, and more kids get healthcare. Hmmm. Crazy idea. What do conservatives really have against it? Are all federal programs considered to be socialist? Public schools, interstate roads, NCLB…wait! NCLB is a federal program, started by Bush–so does that make Bush part-Socialist? Maybe the conservative states (sorry, Utah) should just drop out of the Union entirely and enjoy local government while the rest of our children (dang, that doesn’t include my state) can enjoy these liberal health care programs.
My (and Senator Hatch’s) socialist tendencies exposed
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This entry was posted on Tuesday, October 9th, 2007 at 2:35 pm and tagged with health care, No Child Left Behind, socialism and posted in politics, Utah. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.