Fw: FW: Paradoxical thought for today

Paradoxical thought for today
 
"Fathom the odd hypocrisy that the government wants every citizen to prove that they are insured, but people don't have to prove they are citizens ." 
Ben Stein

9 comments:

CharlieE said...

I guess the health care bill should have mandated that everyone in the U.S. obtain a passport. Otherwise, how could you prove you're a citizen?

Anonymous said...

Except, of course, they do. To do pretty much anything above board in this country, you need proof of citizenship or legal residency.

So no, Ben, this isn't some strange paradox you've discovered.

ferschitz said...

What a surprise! Yet another lie from lying liar rightwing spoogebucket, Ben Stine, handsomely paid off by obscenely wealthy zillionaire David Koch to poop out shill-written lying propoganda for the *delight* of racist teabaggerz everywhere.

Racist, predictable, not true and finally: bullshite. Did I miss anything?

Marc with a C said...

Fathom the odd hypocrisy that Hollywood will give you roles in major productions, but not require any demonstrated proof of competence or acting ability.

Stick to Clear Eyes commercials, Ben. It's what you're good at.

Valeyard said...

Ben Stein has never applied for a driver's license, apparently.

Fathom the odd hypocrisy that conservatives insist we have the greatest health care system on earth, yet the thought of everyone having to get health insurance scares the pants off of them.

katz said...

Remember, Ben Stein also thinks that peanut butter disproves evolution.

Hooray4US said...

Rightwing conservatives absolutely *hate* dirty librul Hollywood except, and only if, someone from Hollywood totally agrees with their point of view. Doesn't matter if they have no acting ability and have the personality of a vole... if they're rightwing, then they're absolutely the greatest actor on record (see also Stephen Baldwin, Kelsey Grammer & Patricia Heaton)...

Anoner said...

I note that when a conservative actor says something conservative, hypocritical rightwingers clap and cheer and send out their "pearls of wisdom" in rightwing forwards, and we're all supposed to pay rapt attention.

When a more liberal actor says or does something, conservatives point, mock and say things like: why should *anyone* pay *any attention* to *anything* an *actor* says?

Double standards R conservatives.

gruaud said...

Oh, Ben...what an incorrigible little douchebag you are.

Since you eschew facts, have an insult, instead.

 
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