Wednesday, October 21, 2009
From the HUH? file
Alan Grayson (d) Florida says that 44,000 (.018%) people a year die because they don't have health insurance. That sounds better to me, there were a total of 2,426,264 deaths in America last year. So having insurance seems to be the cause of death for 2,382,264 (.981%) if we follow Grayson's illogical comments, seems that the much more lethal option is to pay for health insurance.