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Friday, 22 June 2007

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Michael Moore giving final OK to "Sicko"

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Hollywood - Michael Moore's film "Sicko" was reviewed today after its Hollywood Premier. The story, while based on 100% real and true events, is rated PG-13 because no child should have to see the horrors of the current health care system. If you are a Nazi Republican loyal Bush supporter, though, you might disagree.

The movie focuses on all things that Nazi Republicans will find hilarious, such as a mother tearfully recalling losing her 18-month-old daughter, who was refused treatment for a 104-degree fever because the hospital they visited wasn't part of the Kaiser Permanente system, a man sitting in his living room, stitching up the knee he sliced open in an accident, while his cat looks languidly on, another recounting how he severed the tips of two fingers with a saw, and had to choose between reattaching one for $60,000 or the other for a mere $12,000, and other stories of frustration, pain and loss of those who weren't privileged enough to inherit fortunes.

If this wasn't enough, surely the Nazi Republicans can revel in top administrators receiving bonuses for denying care, for example - that the less coverage they provide, the fewer people they help, the more money they save their companies - with no one having to explain or defend this practice.

This movie is fun for the entire Nazi Republican family. My suggestion is to ignore the PG-13 rating and pack up baby to come along!

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