Memo to the Titanic

I’m trying to ignore our ignoble politics, wishing a pox on both parties. So I think the best way to deal with this weekend’s takeover of the health-care system is to ignore it. But the Seablogger’s take is just too good to miss (including the title above):

“I am a cancer patient, and I would have been dead years ago if my private insurer had not seen me through. Your death panels would surely disallow the drugs that have kept me alive. My life lacks the social worth to be prolonged.”

Oh, indeed. Only the young (and Dems) will prosper from this catastrophe.

UPDATE:  Usually, the legacy media can be counted on to cover a protest at the hint of a chant. Ah, but not when they’re the wrong kind of protesters.

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