Monday, March 27, 2017

Healthy People Can't Legislate on Behalf of the Sick

Another beaut from social media

Apparently, these men aren't qualified to legislate on national healthcare, because healthcare also affects women. The general principle must be this: officials cannot properly make healthcare decisions of which they are not directly affected.

 I also note there aren't any leukemia patients. How can these healthy men possibly legislate on leukemia when they don't have it? I don't see anyone morbidly obese, or in a wheelchair, or toting a colostomy bag. In fact, because it's really impossible for any subset of Americans to represent every unique ailment in America, the only way to settle the issue is with a national referendum, is it not?

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