Monday, April 07, 2008

Fictional Healthcare Reform

One has to wonder exactly what the state of health care must really be in the U.S. when Hillary Clinton has to use fabricated stories to argue for health care reform. If you have to make up stories to argue for reform, then we probably don't need your reform. I'm generally against the use of anecdotes alone as evidence as it is -- but at the least, you shouldn't have to make up your anecdotes.

Perhaps Hillary needs to become a fiction writer. She has an obvious need to make up stories. I make up stories all the time -- but I at least have the decency to call them what they are: fiction.
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