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FamiliesUSA’s Ron Pollack: Health Care v. Broccoli

Over at the Huff Post, Ron Pollack recently pointed out the irony in the fact that one of the lead plaintiffs in the Supreme Court suit seeking to overturn the Affordable Care Act is bankrupt in part because of medical expenses and how her experience shows that health care is fundamentally different than the endlessly repeated GOPer “broccoli analogy.”  The best line:

Justice may be blind, but it should still be able to tell the difference between an MRI and a vegetable.

 

 

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