The repeal of the health insurance legislation seems to be at the top of the conservatives list of things to do.
They, however, have never addressed the fact that as many 20,000 children die each year from the lack of health insurance.
Research from Harvard, John Hopkins, the Census Bureau, the Public Health Association, and more than a dozen highly thought of research organizations make it clear that 40,000 to 50,000 people die each year because of lack of health insurance.
Where are the right-to-lifers when you need them, or have they sold out totally to the conservatives?
Republicans and conservatives seem to advocate Scrooge’s solution, “Let them die and decrease the surplus population.”