News, but not the serious kind
A loophole in healthcare reform?
Blog Guy, I have a question about the new healthcare plan. See, I have a special girlfriend and I want to know if she’s covered. Louise is, you know, inflatable. Let’s say she got punctured. Yeah, let’s say that.
Um, just flipping through the new law, I have to say I don’t believe Louise is covered.
Oh no! So there’s a loophole in the law?
I suppose if you call overlooking the needs of pervy lowlife creeps whose dates arrive in plain brown packages is a “loophole,” then yes.
But judging from this photo, I believe perhaps Louise would be covered in India, so why not send her there?
No! That’s Thelma, my FORMER special girlfriend! I can’t send Louise to the same hospital as Thelma!
Oh wait, page 1,682 of the final bill says the new plan WILL deliver a new inflatable party doll, right to your home.
That’s great news, Blog Guy!
Of course, it will be delivered by a Death Panel…
Nursing students practice assisting a patient using a dummy during training inside a government medical college on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri, May 12, 2010. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri