The last time we said ‘hey’ to young Jesse Kelly, he was running for Miss Teen USA, and it went a little something like this: Healthcare, right or privilege?
My belief system is this. The health care for anybody but especially for our nation. The highest quality and lowest cost can only be delivered without the government. What I believe is that all things we drive, we do, health care, anything, is a privilege to some extent. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, those are inalienable rights endowed by your creator. If you’re claiming a right, if you’re going to say anything’s a right, if you’re going to say you have a right to a cell phone, then who has the responsibility to pay for it? That’s what I believe.
Good times! But now, faced with outrageously “out-of-bounds” questions about ALIPAC, who are these nice neo-Nazis and white supremacists who keep endorsing him for Gabby Giffords’s old seat, he has learned a thing or two about how to stay on script, and stay on script, and stay on script. That was TWO YEARS AGO (and last week). And palling around with terrorists only counts when it is Bill Ayers and black guys. Anyway, have some smirking robot.
Jesse Kelly, why do you keep accepting endorsements from neo-Nazis and white supremacists?
We feel like we have heard this somewhere before? But honestly, it’s the only way a true hero should respond when faced with The Enemy that is a free and lamestream press.
[KGUN9, via DailyKos]