**********There's an article and video on MSN's homepage about the Colorado tragedy. The article is about a baby born after the attack and the father of that child is in an induced coma with brain injuries, fighting for his life. Then the leftie nuts who write these articles started ranting about these people didn't have medical insurance. She was nine months pregnant, the beginning of the article talked about how they got too much popcorn and coke at the beginning of the movie and yet they couldn't afford medical insurance. How did they plan on having this baby? At home with family members providing medical care for the baby and mother? Then the reporter went on to say that a lot of the patrons at the movie theater were in their 20's and they had no medical insurance. How did the reporter come to that conclusion? Or was he just planting a seed in peoples minds hoping they would run with his accusations? He went on to hint at the need for Obamacare. Haven't the democrats been bragging about how the people in their 20's can stay on their parents insurance due to Obamacare? So which is it?
The victims should not have to pay for the hospital bills whether they have medical insurance or not. Each state gets millions in Federal funds every year to give to the hospitals for indigent care.
The lame stream media gets more ridiculous every day. Their love affair with the rock star Obama continues.
I didn't see the article, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least.
The lame stream media will do anything to detract from the reality for the sake of sensation. Their attempt to call this man a Tea Parry patron wasn't enough until they proved that wrong, then he/they had to go out and find some other sensational lie to spread around.
There is only one person responsible for the death and injury of those people and that's the gunman himself. It's not a liberal or conservative thing. It's not about insurance or any other reason. It's out and out butchery, and only he is responsible.
This reporter should be fired if in fact he published those lies. There is no way a reporter has access to people's medical plans to make any kind of judgment or assumption in favor or against Obamacare. How in the hell would he know that the people in their twenties did not have insurance. Those who stay in college can still be on the family plan, I know, I have such a policy.
I'm surprised that in his grossly misrepresented lyography he didn't say, "It's Bush's fault!"