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August 14, 2009

Do Health Care Naysayers Have “Too Much Skin” In The Game?

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What’s Coke’s new slogan, “Open happiness”?

As the health care “debate” plunges headlong into delusion, this piece in the NYT Mag, as well as a reader comment today, raises the following question:

As wingers bear down with a blanket and vicious “just say no” to reform, is it fair game to challenge them over lifestyle issues — particular, for (overtaxing the medical system by) being (irresponsibly) overweight?

(And yeah, that guy in the other Grassley townhall picture on The BAG yesterday also jumps out.)

(image: Steve Pope/A.P. caption: Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, speaks to a large crowd during a town meeting on health care reform Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2009 in Adel, Iowa.)

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