Monday, October 08, 2007

Democrat's Latest Attempt at Deception
in It's Quest for The Nannystate

With foreheads still steaming over President Bush's veto of the S-CHIP legislation of last week, the Democrats, sensing an issue in which they can pummel conservatives come election time, offered a rebuttal in their weekly radio address to be delivered by an uninsured 7th grader that would otherwise benefit from the program.

The problem is, of course, that once a little investigation was done by someone outside of the media, that the whole fragile stack of cards surrounding the 7th grader's parents and financial situation started to come tumbling down.

The fallen cards have done nothing other than to prove the reasons behind the veto were sound and just.

More at National Review by Mark Steyn and Michelle Malkin.

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