I'm thinking lying to Congress about WMDs and then sending our American soldiers off to needlessly die in a war against the wrong country, while Cheney's Halliburton cronies raked in billions of dollars in a war that the taxpayers will be paying for decades from now might just be a tad bit more evil than being incorrect on a statement about health care coverage.<quoted text>
Except that's not what he wanted. What he wanted is to wipe out private insurance and make as many Americans dependent on the federal government as possible. Can't get much more evil than that.
I'm thinking that the fact that the source for all your provided propaganda "outrage", scientifically matches every single point in a study that found 14 things historical fascist regimes had in common with each other, and the fact that most of the people who identify themselves as Tea Party members right now, systematically believe exactly the same ideals that domestic terrorist and child murderer Timothy McVeigh did, is just a smidgen more "evil" than wanting health care coverage for poor people.