Is it the “business page” or the “busybody page?”

December 3rd, 2006

Why is this story about kids without health insurance on the front page of the “business” section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel?

I love kids, generic viagra sale but this story has no business angle at all.

If the paper wants to use uninsured kids as a backdoor into creating socialized medicine, sildenafil physician then let them say that on the editorial page. But don’t print the problem in the business section and thus imply that it’s heartless industrialists who are responsible for uninsured children dying of TB in the streets. (Which is NOT happening, by the way.)

Now I know why an old friend of mine always referred to the old Milwaukee Journal as Pravda West.

It’s such a pleasure to live in the state that’s the last bastion of communism north of Havana.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Melinda Omdahl  |  December 3rd, 2006 at 9:39 pm

    The 80’s are back and in more ways than 14 year old wearing skin tight jeans…

    Remember the TV shows of the 80’s? Every villian was a business man.

    Well- welcome to back to history. Today’s “new-but-really-not-so-new” movement in America that basically says blame business for anything that’s wrong.

    Yah… blame business…. Just another pass the buck move by politicans. AKA – we have no idea how to fix it – so let’s make businesses do it.

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