Alex Blaze

Grayson: Republicans say, "Die quickly"

Filed By Alex Blaze | October 01, 2009 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: Alan Grayson, health care reform, hissy fit

Rep. Alan Grayson describes the Republican position on health care, and now they're throwing a hissy fit.

I don't really know how to describe their plan, considering how much easier it would make for people to be rescinded by their health care plan.


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Only a month or so after Joe Wilson made an outburst and got the finger wagged at him by Democrats, Republicans are trying to pass a Resolution of Disapproval about Alan Grayson. Alan Grayson is a Democrat Representative from Florida, and he said the best thing for a patient under the Republican health care plan is to not get sick, and if they get a life threatening disease, to "die quickly." Perhaps a touch dramatic, but Republicans are attempting to get Congressional approval to say he's a naughty boy for saying so. He's only in his first term, but this sort of thing might lead to Alan Grayson needing more than a personal cash loan to be reelected.