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No need for all this health care debate in Washington and stop worrying about the 50 million people in the country who don’t have health care coverage, 1.5 million of them in North Carolina.

Turns out there’s really no problem at all, according to Congresswoman Virginia Foxx. Foxx issued her proclamation at a Republican press conference held Friday to slam President Obama’s health care reform efforts.

There are no Americans who don’t have healthcare. Everybody in this country has access to healthcare.

Well thanks for clearing that up for us.

Foxx’ remarks were widely reported on national blogs as once again she is making everyone here in North Carolina proud.

One Comment


  1. Lou Meyers

    July 27, 2009 at 9:06 am

    She must be referring to our easy access to those packets of BC powder hanging off convenience store racks.

    No matter where you’re hurting, BC has a pain relief formula for you. Because BC is a powder, it gets into your bloodstream fast and speeds relief to where you need it most.

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