and healthcare groups with an agenda, oh and BS stats to back it up.
A report from Agence France Presse indicates that the number of American veterans who died in 2008 because they didn't have healthcare, is 14 times higher than the military death toll in Afghanistan, for the entire year.
Why they are comparing these two disparate groups I have no earthly idea, well beyond the fact that it allows them to mention our war dead in pursuit of a political goal. Oh you want to know what that is.
Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, David Himmelstein, is also the co-founder of Physicians for a National Health Program, which co-authored the study.
Physicians for a National Health Program, certainly a non-partisan, trustworthy bunch eh?
He says in the AFP article that he favors a national health care program similar to those in Britain and Canada.
Well that's a shocker. There is no real science in this pile of garbage, just some cherry picking of unrelated piles of numbers. Our healthcare for veterans could surely use some work, but I don't want these maroons handling it.
Mrs. G again, you do read the Dawn Patrol right?