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I like this, but it also makes me feel a bit stabby. I so freakin’ wish it were purely in the realm of comics.
Stabby is exactly what I was aiming for, so now I’m happy.
Leaving the health of Americans in the hands of shithead bosses has got to be one of the worst ideas of all time.
The greediest asshole of all time gets to ask himself, “Hmmm. Provide health insurance for my employees or put more money in my pocket?” Of all the monumental decisions a boss ever gets to make, trust me. That one is, by far, the easiest.
Don’t even get me started on what’s wrong with this whole conversation on the rights of women to manage their own healthcare.
I don’t feel stabby, though. More like nuclear.
I hear ya. To me the most interesting point is how the religious viewpoints of some always seem to get around to affecting others. Why is that, I wonder?