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June 05, 2006

Sour Grapes

This bit by Michael Cannon is rather funny. Reacting to the interim recommendations of the Citizens' Health Care Working Group, Cannon writes:

Kudos to the Left. They seem to have successfully hijacked this panel — despite the group having a chairman from the business community and one member who is a cabinet official in the Bush Administration.

Heh. That or the right's prescriptions on health care didn't even convince the panel's Republican ringers. I haven't read the document yet, but I'll have more substantive comments soon.

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I got better things to do than bullshit around with some old panel-codgers.

Posted by: The Left | Jun 5, 2006 3:40:59 PM

It's the same logic that concludes that news that doesn't boost conservative causes has a 'liberal bias'. Gol durn it, on any level playing field conservative ideas would beat the stuffing out of those squishy liberal ideas, so if liberal ideas win it's because they have an unfair advantage. That's the basic idea, anyway.

It's kind of sad.

Posted by: Tom Hilton | Jun 5, 2006 4:49:54 PM

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