August 25, 2009
Maybe the Neighbors Will Help

Watch the repulsive physician/senator Tom Coburn as he comforts a grief-stricken Oklahoma constituent with a sick husband. Oklahoma voters (their other senator is James Inhofe) have a lot to answer for.




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Posted by Jerome Doolittle at August 25, 2009 02:57 PM
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We seem to be truly stuck in a Naomi Klein type "Shock Doctrine" situation by way of the Republicans who are even holding up the budget here in Pennsylvania.

Posted by: Buck on August 25, 2009 8:36 PM

I wish that I had not lost all faith in the sky god when i saw my first of three massacres of unarmed Vietnamese, so I could be absolutely dead certain that these type of people would roast in hell, forever.

Posted by: evil is evil on August 26, 2009 5:28 AM

The 'government" that is not the solution would be the same government, i.e. tax payers that pay for about 95% of Tom's health-care coverage. The framing conservatives use is morally reprehensible in light of their billions spent on no bid contracts to KBR and to mercenaries - war for profit- Blackwater(Xe). Government solving 'all' are problems is not the issue, its whether Americans can be free to join together to be a nation of good neighbors and help each other with primary issues like access to health-care.

Posted by: Abbie on August 26, 2009 8:11 AM

Get your neighbors to help - if their houses aren't abandoned and awaiting foreclosure, that is.

Posted by: Roddy McCorley on August 26, 2009 11:42 AM
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