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May 6th, 2014 Insurance
Say you’re the Vice-President of the United States. And say your boss’s “Signature Legislation” was a fundamentally flawed redefinition of your country’s health care financing and delivery system. And say you think it’s just grand.

Wouldn’t you want to hard-sell the citizen of another country to sign up?

[Hat Tip: The Gateway Pundit]

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