News, but not the serious kind
It’s another razzle-dazzle death!
Blog Guy, you seem to be the only one really covering those Government Death Panels that were created by the health reform law.
I guess like most federal agencies, they’ve probably settled into a certain predictable sameness by now, right?
Far from it, reader. Instead of just trying to get by doing as little as possible, as I’ve been told some government workers do, the Death Panels are competing with each other for the most spectacular kills.
Nobody would ever have guessed this level of theatrical showmanship would have evolved so quickly.
Here are some recent shots of the Death Panels in action as they carry out their Grand Guignol-style responsibilities.
But Blog Guy, these photos are grotesque! Sledge hammers? Bricks? Armor? Bull machines?
Can’t we get these Death Panel folks to go back to just using plain old guns, like they used to?
What, and leave show business?
Top: Men acting as knights re-enact during a celebration to mark the 600th anniversary of The Battle of Grunwald in Grunwald, northern Poland, July 15, 2010. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
Right: Martial arts performer of the Dragon show team, holds a brick over his head while his teammate prepares to break it during a public performance in Riyadh, July 16, 2010. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed
Left: A child is chased by a toy bull during festivities at the bullring in Pamplona on the eighth day of San Fermin festival, July 13, 2010. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu