Stevieslaw: Die Already.

Stevieslaw: Paul Ryan cites simple statistics
In an exclusive interview with our intrepid reporter, Smokey Diamond, Representative Paul Ryan explained that RyanCareLess was the only way to move a stubborn curve.
“If you look at statistics for the Obama Care years,” he said, “It becomes painfully clear that poor people were not dying quickly enough. The trend, in fact, veered significantly from the historical average—more of the poor were living longer,” he provided.
“And although the statistics are a bit less clear here,” he continued, “It seems apparent that they were surviving longer because of better treatment—preventive care, treatment for conditions occurring prior to obtaining healthcare—a grab bag of freebies provided with government assistance, obtained by taxing the wealthy.”
“As any true conservative will tell you,” he said, flashing his award winning smile, “This adds immeasurably to the attraction of being poor in America and promotes the culture of dependency we deplore.”
“The RyanCareLess message is quite clear,” said Ryan. “If you are poor,” he concluded, “Die already.”

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