Monday, October 8, 2007

A rebuttal to the rebuttal over Bush's SCHIP veto...

The 12 year old (and his family) that was used to rebut Bush's veto of SCHIP has some explaining to do...

Mommy and daddy can't afford private heath insurance for their two kids but they can afford $40K per year per child for private school tuition and though their combined incomes are listed as $45K per year, daddy has owned his own company "Frostworks" since at least 1992 and as such CHOOSES to not have health insurance. His company is run from a building that he purchased in 1999 for $160K and homes like the one they live in is estimated to be worth ~$485K.

It is all about responsibility and priorities. The Frost's did not have heath insurance as a priority. Fine, this is America and that is their right but to then use the [foreseeable] consequences of that decision used as a partisan tool to beat up on the administration is both dishonest and misleading but I would suspect that the dems knew that and just did not care.

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