Written by b kenneth mcgee
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Topics: Brain, insurance

Monday, 21 September 2009

In a startling revelation taken from internal memos of a major health insurance company it appears that thousands if not tens of thousands of insured families have been dropped from the companies rolls due to what the companies are calling the "Shit for Brains" malady.

The insurance giants have rushed to deny the claim in that most of the people who have been dropped are people that are demonstrating against a government takeover of the heath care system in the country. A random sampling from the T-Party and Birther rallies has shown that fully 78% of the folks attending have been dropped from the insurance company rolls due to the "Shit for Brains" syndrome.

A demonstrator in Tupolo, Mississippi, JR Guthrie, was seen carrying a sign that read "Keep Your Filthy Commie Hands Off My Health Care" was asked if he had been dropped by his heath insurance company..."Damn Right I have" he said, "Said I had Shit for Brains and it was a pre-existing condition...my Momma didn't raise no stupid kids....I know it's the damn government and those commie Muslims that run it that are spreading this here rumor

It appears that the terminations have been throughout the country but the preponderance has been in the southern states where anti-government feelings are running very high.

Mr. Guthrie told the TV commentator...."Yes siree...I like these here demonstrations...was to Washington DC last week....it was jes like family there...all of us together watering the tree of liberty"

Studies have shown that the "Shit for Brains" condition is primarily genetic but can be acquired with practice. The companies have taken out a series of one minute commercials on Fox News denying these claims.

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